Wine Spectator reported that Moorilla Winery in Australia's Tasmania region is releasing a line of wines with Osama bin Laden's likeness on the label. Could be a publicity stunt to get their wines imported to the U.S., but it could also be an exercise in pissing people off. What Wine Spectator said:
"... Moorilla Winery, owned by art collector David Walsh, has announced they are outfitting the latest vintage of their Praxis line of wines with graffiti renderings of public enemy No. 1 bin Laden and Abu Ghraib prison. We suppose there's a debate to be had about philosophical underpinnings that goes something like 'this is a political statement to test if the U.S. will import the wine.' But there are so many real things to be outraged by-you know, like actual wars-that we're having a hard time getting worked up over yet another gimmicky label. And really, like our mom always said, it's what's on the inside that counts."