New Hampshire Vulgar Wine Causes Trouble

The 4-letter word in the name is making waves with consumers

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Frankly, if anyone has ever listened to Britney Spears' song "If You Seek Amy," we think this wine is no more offensive than that. Still, consumers are none too happy about a New Hampshire wine naming a 2010 red blended wine "If You See Kay."

Yeah, that four-letter-word-sounding name is being protested all the way to the State Liquor Board, with many arguing that it doesn't lend a nice image to the state of New Hampshire. However, the wine from Hundred Acre vineyard is selling very well — 10 cases in the last week. (We knew those funny-named wine bottles would sell the best.) So far, owners have agreed to put the wine in the back of the store so children don't see the bottles. 

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So what does If You See Kay taste like? It's an Italian red blend from the state of Lazio; according to a wine seller's website, "she’s soft, creamy, juicy, rich, and powerful all at the same time. A dark and brooding wine, hints of imminent danger, ripe with confidence and purpose; on a mission." We'll let you guess what that means.