The Strange and Unnatural History of a Great American Wine

Of all the vividly-named screw-cap wines (or bum wines, if you prefer) that were born in the 1950s, only a handful survive to this day. The mightiest of them all, indeed, "The American Classic" as its label proudly boasts, is Thunderbird, a creation of the E & J Gallo Winery of Modesto, California.

By Bryan Dent.

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