Farmer’s Fury is a wine with an attitude on the label and a San Joaquin Valley farming heritage dating back more than a century. Farmer’s Fury winemaker is 28-year old George Selwyn Meyer, a Marine veteran with two tours of duty in Iraq as a crew chief on a medivac helicopter.
For the complete story, see: Farmer’s Fury wine tells story of American agriculture
THE MEYER CLAN, from left: George Henry Meyer, Charles Meyer, Beverly Meyer, George Meyer with a bottle of Farmer’s Fury, and Charlie Meyer.
GEORGE HENRY MEYER, 99, and son Charles Meyer.
GEORGE MEYER with his wine creation in front of a new Case IH tractor recently delivered to the Kings County, Calif., farm.
CHARLIE MEYER manages the family’s 3,500-acre farm and is actively involved in the family’s wine venture.
THE FRONT LABEL of Farmer’s Fury features a silhouette of George Meyer.
THE MEYER CLAN stands in front of a new Case IH tractor.
THE WINEMAKER of Farmer's Fury is 28-year old George Selwyn Meyer, a Marine veteran with two tours of duty in Iraq as a crew chief on a medivac helicopter.
FARMER FACTS adorn the back wine label.
FARMER'S FURY 2009 Paso Robles, Calif., Cabernet Sauvignon is’s an excellent Central Coast Cab. However, what’s under the cork is only a small part of this wine story.
“I wanted to go beyond making a good wine. I wanted to tell people who buy our wine about agriculture," says Farmer's Fury winemaker George Meyer.