Philadelphia, PA - The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board today announced that former pro football players Mike Quick and Ike Reese will sign bottles of Philadelphia Eagles World Champions Red wine at 6:30 PM Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection, 1940 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia.
Since its introduction in late June, Philadelphia Eagles World Champions Red wine (Code 75532; $49.99) has been a popular item in southeastern Pennsylvania Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores. Each 750mL bottle is deep-etched and hand-painted by artisans, a labor-intensive process that requires skilled craftsmanship. The bottles commemorate the Eagles' Feb. 4, 2018, 41-33 World Championship victory over the New England Patriots.
Inside each limited-edition bottle, the handcrafted Reserve is a blend of Central Coast Cabernet Sauvignon and Monterey Merlot. Aged for 15 months in a combination of French and American Oak, this Bordeaux-style blend shows soft tannins, ripe cassis, chocolate, and berry flavors. These flavors create a medium-bodied, dry red with a smooth finish.
Mike Quick and Ike Reese will only sign purchased bottles of Philadelphia Eagles World Champions Red; no other items will be autographed. Every person in line must have at least one bottle of Philadelphia Eagles World Champions Red. Attendees may not bring large bags, purses, or backpacks to the event.