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Neil Ashmead GTS Shiraz: A Wine For Auto Enthusiasts

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It's not everyday that a wine manufacturer creates a wine designed for the tastes of budding auto enthusiasts, but that's just what Australian vineyard Elderton has done with their Neil Ashmead GTS Shiraz.

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Illustration for article titled Neil Ashmead GTS Shiraz: A Wine For Auto Enthusiasts
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Neil Ashmead was a passionate Australian wine connoisseur with an equal passion for fast cars and racing. In his honor, Fuller, an Australian marketing firm, completed the unique packaging that features an always classy gear patterned twist-off cap, Holden GTS-styled stripes and gills, and a winner's wreath neck label to complete the package. Autoenophiles rejoice! [via ThePulse]

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You can tell a lot about a person's car habits based on how they try to open the bottle.

Scour the internet for a special one-time-use tool that will open it, paying $130+ shipping to get it from Germany? Porsche

Pay your gardener to do it? BMW

Push down on the cap while trying to twist it off? VW/Audi

Pull up on the cap while twisting? Saab.

Take it to the dealer and tell them the "dealio won't come off the thingy"? Lexus (but they'll give you a nice Merloaner car)