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I'd Like To Order A Glass Of Your Finest PlayStation

Posted on Tuesday, February 21 @ 08:53:49 Eastern by
I love me some good wine... almost as much as I love me some PlayStation. So when I saw the two powers combined, I instantly turned into Captain Planet. No, not really, but damn I want this.



As you can tell from the label, this bottle of Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi 'Twin Oaks' Merlot was vinted in 1999 to celebrate the grand opening of Sony's Metreon and PlayStation retail store in San Francisco, CA. 

Sony sold the Metreon to The Westfield Group in 2006, and in 2009, closed the doors on the PlayStation retail store for the last time.

I'd pay a small fortune for a bottle of this, but I probably wouldn't ever drink it, despite it being at a very delicious age. If I were to drink it, I'd have to open it with this, and pour it into this glass. (Who knew Sony were such wine connoisseurs?)

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