Food & Drink

Game of Thrones wine has 12 varieties, Cersei's undying love

Beer fans have been enjoying a steadystream of Game of Thrones brews from Ommegang over the past year, but now wine enthusiasts can get in on the medieval booze action with the upcoming Wines of Westeros. Created by an Australian ad agency, the wines rep 12 different houses -- and not just your expected Lannisters, Starks, and Tyrells. Even the White Walkers and Wildlings are part of this party, which is set to launch in time for the season five premiere. You can pre-order your preferred bottle in the meantime, so here are your options...

  • The Arryn Sauvignon Blanc
  • The Tyrell Chardonnay
  • The Baratheon Pinot Noir
  • The Stark Sauvignon Blanc
  • The Dothraki Merlot
  • The Lannister Pinot Noir
  • The White Walker Sauvignon Blanc
  • The Night's Watch Shiraz
  • The Wildling Sauvignon Blanc
  • The Martell Cabernet Sauvignon
  • The Targaryen Shiraz
  • The Greyjoy Sauvignon Blanc

According to the creators at Common Ventures, the reds are tied to houses that're "headstrong and robust", while the whites belong to "cunning, perceptive, and mysterious" families. (Wait, the Starks are perceptive? Someone's had too much GoT wine.) They're expected to run about $20 a pop, plus international shipping, so go pay off those debts before you hit up the Iron Bank for a withdrawal.

Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer for Thrillist, and might need that Martell Cab Sauv. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.