GIVEAWAY: Win One Of Three Star Trek Wines Prizes!

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Wines That Rock, makers of officially licensed Star Trek Wines, has teamed up with TrekMovie to give away a Chateau Picard wine crate, Kanar bottle, Federation wine label medallion, and a $300 Star Trek Wines gift card! What we love most about these wines is that the unique bottles and the wine inside them were designed by Trekkies, for Trekkies. Premium Star Trek-themed wines that make you feel like a Captain (or Gul, or what have you)? Sign us up! The company has recently released two new Star trek wines to their lineup, which you can read about below.

Kanar Red Wine Blend

Star Trek Wines has produced one of the most sought after, highly collectible bottles in the universe: the Kanar bottle. In its quest for authenticity, the Star Trek Wines team conducted a rigorous multi-year search for the original Kanar bottle, that unique serpentine vessel, which was a design not commonly utilized after the 1970s. With a small batch of original bottles found, the team rendered them in 3D and worked with a specialized facility in Italy to recreate and forge an identical replica. They also located an original show prop top enclosure for the bottle featured on the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Wounded” for a replica included with every bottle purchased. Star Trek writer Una McCormack worked with the Wines team to ensure historical accuracy of the bottle, its label, and the accompanying liner notes, which spell out the history of Kanar and the role this special wine played in Cardassian history.

Since the Kanar comes with a resealable cap, there’s no excuse not to drink its contents, and these wines were made to be enjoyed. One thing that makes Star Trek Wines special is not only the care put into the bottle and marketing design, but the wines themselves, which are high quality and are meant to feel like they fit in-universe. Award-winning winemakers crafted the Kanar premium red wine blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petite Sirah, and Petite Verdot, a mixture that results in a dark, rich wine with notes of ripe blackberries and juicy blueberries, velvety tannins, and a long, delightful finish. But, the most important question is: Would Gul Dukat approve?

A 2-pack of the Kanar red wine blend sells for $120 and will start shipping in December 2021.

A 2-pack of the Kanar red wine blend sells for $120 and will start shipping December, 2021.

Andorian Blue Chardonnay

The second in the newest lineup of wines is the 2021 Andorian Blue Chardonnay (yes, the wine is blue!), which features one-of-a-kind hand-numbered bottles, elegant silk screen designs, and a special United Federation of Planets metal medallion affixed to the front of the bottle. This wine pairs nicely with lighter fare such as fancy cheeses or exotic fruits that look like they might be from outer space; you know, standard finger foods you might serve at a fancy gala or a reception for the visiting admiral. Plus, you know, it’s blue! Much like the Kanar, this wine is meant to be enjoyed. The bottle comes filled with a premium Chardonnay from Santa Lucia Highlands. It has been aged 12 months prior to bottling and delivers delicious notes of citrus, peach, and apricots with a bright, fresh acidity, lush mouthfeel, and a long finish.

A 2-pack of the Andorian Blue Chardonnay sells for $100 and will start shipping in December 2021.

A 2-pack of the Andorian Blue Chardonnay sells for $100 and will start shipping in December, 2021.

Star Trek Wines in Star Trek

These aren’t the first officially licensed Star Trek wines created by Wines That Rock. They made their debut into the Star Trek fandom when they partnered with CBS and the real Chateau Picard (yes, a real winery called Chateau Picard in France!) to bottle and sell their wine in bottles sporting Jean-Luc’s family label. They even designed wooden wine crates, and both the bottles and crates were heavily featured in advertising leading up to the first season of Star Trek: Picard. Wines That Rock has also created two United Federation of Planets Special Reserve wines and a Klingon Bloodwine that was tested and approved by the Klingon Language Institute.

Check out StarTrekWines.com to purchase the entire collection.

The full collection of Star Trek Wines

Check out StarTrekWines.com to purchase the entire collection.

GIVEAWAY: How to enter to win

TrekMovie and Wines That Rock are giving away some great prizes, and you could be a winner!

GRAND PRIZE (1 winner):

  • Chateau Picard Wine Crate ($199)
  • $300 Star Trek Wines Gift Card

FIRST PRIZE (1 winner):

  • Kanar bottle (empty) with topper and glass stopper ($45)

SECOND PRIZE (1 winner):

  • Federation metal medallion wine label ($20)

To win, comment on this post telling us how you would enjoy the prizes. Be sure to include your email address in the “email address” field when posting. This will not be displayed publicly but is needed to get in touch with you if you win. TrekMovie staff will choose three winners by Friday, October 8th, and the winners will be contacted via email shortly thereafter. Winners must have a mailing address in the United States.

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I’d sit by a nice fire, not a fire cave fire though, and sip away until I see Captain Sisko return in some sort of fashion.

I’d love these wines as display pieces and give as gifts. Very awesome!

I already own the other wines and a bottle of the Jim Kirk bourbon. One of each is displayed in my TV room and I’ll certainly be adding to my collection. Naturally, I will be getting at least two of each, so I can display one and enjoy one, usually during a Trek watch party of a significant episode.

I’d would celebrate with my Mother and Father who we haven’t seen since the beginning of the pandemic. We would always have a glass of wine with dinner. My father was diagnosed with cancer so since my son finally turned 12 he was vaccinated so we can finally visit. #llap 🖖

I’d love to share the wine with my family while showing them all of the Trek I love so much.

I’d sip on the Andorian Ale while watching a marathon of Jeffrey Combs-centric Enterprise episodes as I occasionally gaze upon my Playmates starship collection that sits above my television. And if by some miracle that Paramount decides to remaster DS9 and Voyager, I’d crack open a bottle of Chateau Picard for the occasion.

Would break open a bottle of Bloodwine to enjoy as I destroy my enemies and conquer their homeworlds in Star Trek Ascendency

A couple of good friends of mine are getting married this month. They are massive Trek fans, and I would gift them a bottle to make a toast of long life and prosperity in their marriage!

I don’t drink but I know my wife would enjoy any of these immensely. She’s a teacher… in Florida… I think that’s explanation enough. :)

I wonder when some one will produce a line of Star Trek birth controls?
You know like Kirk Condoms, Uhura Dioframs, and McCoy Morning After Pills.

I’d would gift this present to my father so we can enjoy it together!

These would be shared with friends each week as we gathered to watch the new episodes. Even without the wines new episodes are a great excuse to get together and enjoy something we love.

Yet another chance to prove I will never win anything!

Seriously though, them are some real nice looking bottles – would love to drink them dry, them just look at them.

I would enjoy the wine, like I have done for the last two years, with the rest of my family during Thanksgiving/Christmas/Easter dinner. The Chateau Picard and Federation Reserve Red have were huge hits the last year.

Looking forward to the reception the Federation white receives this year at thanksgiving. The Federation Blue Should be excellent with Christmas dinner.

The Klingon Bloodwine on the other is reserved for a very special highly successful occasion only to be enjoyed with fellow friends as we celebrate a grad victory in our lives. Also with steaks.

As for the Kanar, that I am planning on enjoying in the evening by the fire, relaxing after a long day of work, as I watch Quark try (and fail) to outwit Odo.

Then the empty bottles (and corks) will go into my curio cabinet to be treasured as family heirlooms.

I’d enjoy a glass of Kanar with a nice glass of root beer to chase it.

I have a growing collection of Trek-inspired bottles in my collection. I’d love to add some officially licensed replicas to my bottle collection.

I’d love the bottles or crate as display pieces, and I’d enjoy the drinks while watching Star Trek!

These wines would be the centerpiece of a viewing party with all my friends.

My husband and I would enjoy these with our fellow Star Trek fan friends, in our Star Trek pajamas, playing our Star Trek Fleet Captains and Star Trek Ascendancy board games! Perfection.

I would enjoy a nice glass of wine while continuing to read the newest Star Trek novel Coda.

I would have them displayed in my cabinet to cherish them for a long time to come.

If I had the Grand Prize, I’d enjoy it with a Jean-Luc Picard marathon, starting with “Family.” The First Prize I would celebrate by watching “The Wounded.” As for Second Prize, I’d watch them all again anyways!

I’d organize a series of watch parties with my friends who are just starting to discover Star Trek through watching Lower Decks. And if I liked the wines, I’d buy more — perhaps keeping a few of them in storage for several years.

And while we’re on the subject of wine, have you ever tried a Carignan from Chile or Uruguay? It’s a medium bodied, earthy red. Carignan from that region typically has notes of steel, iodine, and ink. This is what I imagine Klingon Bloodwine actually tastes like. A true warrior’s drink!

Share the wine with my partner for the next season of Discovery.

I would drink this with good friends and enjoy some Star Trek.

I begrudgingly invited a rather prominent official for a banquet. I’m not fond of this person and yet, in an act of good faith and diplomacy, he and a few of his aides will be welcomed, graciously. I must display a feast, worthy of such company, as well as perhaps relieving some tension, by offering alcoholic beverages. Having such prominent, and delicious offerings, for the banquet would go far to support this gesture,
I’m sure some Kanar or Andorian Blue Chardonnay would be enjoyed by all.
But I’m still having difficulties having those people over. I’ve never trusted Klingons, and I never will. I can never forgive them for the death of my boy.

You know one of these days you guys gotta open up these giveaways to your international readers too. I feel missed out. But good luck to everyone who is participating.

After uncorking with my trusty Bat’leth, I’d sit remembering and singing the great songs of Kahless!

Display them in my collection

I would pour a glass of one of these fine wines and pair it with a nice selection of Trek episodes to watch.

After years of avoiding it, my wife has given in. She is now a new Trekkie, and we LOVE Deep Space Nine. The Kanar would fit in perfectly with our next viewing session. We promise to pace ourselves (unlike Damar).

Thank you for your consideration. What a great promotion.

I would enjoy it while sitting in 10 Forward and watching the stars go by, obviously.

I have a thing about interesting shaped bottles, I have a sort of collection, and Star Trek bottles would make a fine addition to it.

I make my own kahlua so I’d use one of the kanar bottles for it! Kahlua looks like kanar!

I would fly my wife back to Junilla, Spain. We would sit at the top of the round tower of the Castle we got married in. We would be wearing Federation t-shirts and toast to the possibilities of the future watching the sunset!

My wife and I, along with some select friends, would sip fireside at our firepit in the backyard, and then display the empty bottles among my other Star Trek collectibles.

I’d just enjoy the wine whenever the mood strikes me.

I fell in love with my husband because he knew what saurian brandy was on one of our first dates. In spite of the fact that Sisko is his captain and Kirk is mine, I am still crazy about him. I would sip these wines with him while watching our favorite episodes and continue to debate the issue.

These would be amazing conversation pieces shelved in the middle of my living room! Ha.

I’m a doctor in a psychiatric hospital and you might not think it but we have our share of COVID related problems—manic COVID patients on isolation, outbreaks among patients and staff, etc. Our people are tired and burning out. People here all know I’m a Star Trek fan, I keep a light-up Enterprise in my office. On the off chance I win I will throw the staff a Star Trek party in my back yard (COVID safe) to thank them for almost two years of hanging in there. And maybe we can toast each other with a glass of chateau picard.

I’d make the trek from MN to CO so I could enjoy these with my brother. Him and I have been Star Trek fans since before I can remember. Best giveaway opportunity I’ve seen in a long time!

When Picard premiered, I served Chateau Picard wine by replacing the label on the bottle with some Chateau Picard labels I purchased on ETSY. If I win the Picard wine, I’ll serve the real stuff for the S2 premiere!

Would love to enjoy these wines while watching the Season 2 premier of Picard with my friends.

I would share this with my immediate family on some important anniversaries like my birthday, my anniversary or Star Trek Day.

I would love to win so I can share the wine with my mom who is an avid Star Trek fan. I know she’d really enjoy them!

I would enjoy it with a friend while watching my favorite Trek episode and movie

I’d love to display them and eventually enjoy them with my wife on the premiere of the next star trek movie.

I’d pour a generous glass of Chateau Picard, light up my deceased nana’s plasma-based ghost candle, and curl up in her favorite chair to read her journals.

I would share a bottle with my wife, while watching Lower Decks on Paramount +

I’d take a trip to nearby Mount Diablo with my most expensive wine glass and enjoy as the sun sets over its peak. and in quiet contemplation commune with the spirit of my recently departed mother. she never understood my love for Star Trek but she always appreciated my dedication to it.