If you are looking for a unique bottle of wine to impress your pop culture friends with, Dark Horse and Blakeslee Vineyard Estates have teamed for a bottle of wine featuring Ghost on the label.

The 2015 Ghost Pinot Noir is packaged in gorgeous, black matte two-pack collector boxes. The ethereal art on each wine bottle is by award-winning illustrator and New York Times bestselling author Adam Hughes. The 2015 Ghost Pinot Noir is a limited edition of 300 hand-numbered boxes. The selling price for the two-pack collector boxes is $250.00 (not including shipping).

Ghost’s Elisa Cameron first appeared in Comics’ Greatest World in 1993 and spawned multiple series and appearances over the years. In Ghost, Elisa believes she is dead, a ghost doomed to walk the Earth with no memory of her past life. As she struggles to make sense of her situation, she learns that she is the victim of an experiment gone terribly wrong. Elisa finds an ally who helps piece together her past life and uncover the secret project that suggests she may not be dead after all.

“I’m very excited to work with the Blakeslee family to honor a beloved Dark Horse creation,” said Mike Richardson, Dark Horse President in a press release. “Ghost is an important character for Dark Horse and represents a time of growth for the company. It’s a special thing to honor the character and its impact more than 20 years later. Did I mention that the wine in the bottle, much like the character Ghost, is out of this world?”

The 2015 Ghost Pinot Noir is available now for purchase through the Blakeslee Vineyard Estate Tasting Room in Sherwood and from the company’s website.

via Dark Horse Comics

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