July 31, 2013
2009 Bomb Willamette Valley Oregon Pinot Noir: 14.3% alc., 496 cases, $50. From several vineyards with a range of soils, elevations, vine age and clones. 50% Yamhill-Carlton District, 32% Eola-Amity Hills, 13% Chehalem Mountains and 5% Ribbon Ridge appellations. Aged 14 months in 60% new French oak. · Moderately light reddish-purple color in the glass. Well-perfumed with scents of black cherry juice, dark berry jam, and dark red rose petals. Delicious black raspberry essence that is well spiced with an earthy, mildly oaky undertone. The fruit really makes an impression on the mid palate. Plenty of body yet soft in the mouth and easy to like. This is the bomb. Very good. Reviewed November 24, 2012
July 1, 2013
Bomb Wines is extremely excited to be putting down roots with our winemaker Tony Rynders, as we begin to develop and plant our own vineyard and facility together in Carlton, Oregon. Plans include 15 acres of grapes, a facility capable of producing up to 15,000 cases of wine, and a tasting room and event space.
July 1, 2013
July 1, 2013
Our 2011 Bomb labels were designed by Sean Mosher-Smith. Recently named one of the 200 best illustrators worldwide by Archive Magazine, Sean Mosher-Smith and Echo Designlab have produced countless award-winning images, designs and creative campaigns. Recording artists such as Lenny Kravitz and Christina Aguilera have his art on their music packaging, and Sean and his company have done design work for companies such as Iceland Spring and Sirius Satellite Radio.
April 22, 2011
Voted Time Out New York’s Most Creative New Yorker in 2009, Upper East Side artist BORBAY has painted edgy portraits, famed landmarks around the world, and other eclectic images in his own unique style. His works range from modern impressionism to his distinctive collages, comprised of New York Post headlines and layer upon layer of acrylic paint.
Driven to capture the actuality of society, his collages visually display the paradox of love, lust, murder, sex, sports, betrayal, triumph, religion, rape and politics in one place… concepts any person reading a daily newspaper will see juxtaposed without a second thought.
(left) Borbay’s Painting for BOMB
Portraits of Hip-Hop Icons, as Painted by Borbay
Diddy’s Dirty Money – White Party
Snoop Dogg – Throwin’ Signs
Kanye West – Eyes More Red Than the Devil
Jay Z – first in the series
Manhattan Landmarks, as painted by Borbay
Guggenheim – Redux