Colts release wine commemorating 10th anniversary of Super Bowl season

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – What does a Super Bowl victory taste like?

Indianapolis Colts fans will be able to find out when they savor the flavor of one of the most memorable seasons in franchise history.

While the current Indianapolis Colts team languishes with a 3-5 record, perhaps it’s time to return to a different era for a taste of victory.

The Indianapolis Colts teamed up with Wine by Design to release a limited edition wine commemorating the 10th anniversary of the 2006 Colts team that won Super Bowl XLI.

4 Fast Facts

  • Indianapolis Colts release wine to commemorate 10th anniversary of Super Bowl XLI team
  • The Colts teamed up with Wine by Design to produce it
  • A bottle costs about $20 online
  • It’s one of several events to mark the championship anniversary

You know the names: Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Jeff Saturday, Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Marvin Harrison, Dallas Clark, Bob Sanders, Gary Brackett, among many others.

According to the Colts, a veteran winemaking team from Napa, Calif., helped develop the wine. The Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve is a result of select sourcing from over 25,000 acres of premium fruit from California’s most prestigious grape growing regions.

“We’re excited to team up with Wine by Design to create a commemorative wine that would not only appeal to Colts fans, but honor a special moment in Colts history,” said Colts Sr. VP of Business Development Matt Godbout.

Fans can order the wine online (the website lists a retail price of about $20) or find a list of local retailers where it will be available at the team’s website.

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