I am the only custom builder born in France, living and working in the US (FYI, I am naturalized US citizen) and still talking with a Parisian accent. So, I could have been upset by the fact that I was not picked by V-Twin Vineyards to be their spokesperson for their V-Twin Zin Red Wine for bikers. But I am not because 1- They didn’t pick anyone, yet. 2- They are not based in France but in the legendary Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County. The company states that their reasoning behind the launch of a wine for bikers is that most of them are now in their 40’s & 50’s with steady careers and families and some good money to enjoy the finer things in life, including good food and good wine. And to convince you that they know about our lifestyle they emblazoned their bottles with a label showing skulls and a flaming v-twin engine. Problem is that they didn’t send me a bottle for testing (I always volunteer for red wine testing and tasting). V-Twin Zin is currently available exclusively via the company website. In it, they even created a club, the “Easy Rider Wine Club,” allowing members to post photos of their bikes, share news and information. More about this wine as soon as I receive my testing (tasting) sample. V-Twin Vineyards.