Are you more of a Debbie Downer or a Stefon? Or perhaps you're really more of a Californian. No matter who your SNL soulmate is, if you're a fan of the Saturday classic, you're in for a real treat thanks to Lot18. The wine retailer known for amazing themed wines (we're still way into the Outlander vinos from earlier this fall!) is paying tribute to some classic SNL characters with a whole new set of wines.
The online retailer will be offering the limited-edition wines in four hand-crafted blends, each with an amazing illustrated label of one of the comedy show's iconic characters. The wines offered will be a 2016 Saturday Night Live California Red Blend ($20), a 2016 Stefon Beaujolais ($18), a 2016 Debbie Downer South Eastern Australia Chardonnay ($20), and a 2015 The Californians Monterey County Merlot ($20).
The SNL California Red is described as tasting like black cherries and plums making it an ideal pick for hearty meals and entertaining—or viewing parties! (Wink, wink.) Of course, perhaps you're more in the mood for something truly exciting and a little shocking. You might fair well with Stefon's Beaujolais, which boasts flavors of blue fruit, candied violet, red plum, red cherry, and light blueberry with a hint of black pepper. No password needed to enjoy.
But then again, maybe you're looking to have a little bright light in your otherwise no good, very bad day. This Debbie Downer Chardonnay is a beacon of hope with its citrus, baked apple and spice flavors. Who knows, maybe a glass or two can help you forget about all of the impending doom that lies ahead. Womp, womp.
And if you're looking for a wine to make you go, "O.M.G." reach for that The Californians Monterey County Merlot, which is totally, like, the best merlot ever. With notes of black cherry, red plum, and roasted coffee bean, this is almost as California as knowing the fastest route to get to the 405, dude.
Of course, you could always just pick your wine based on the cutest label. No judgment. You can pre-order the collection now as individual bottles or a set for $70 right now.
Which of the SNL wines speaks to you? Share your pick in the comment section below!