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Aug 05, 2009 · What food, what drink can lay claim to be more basic to civilization than bread and wine? Naturally they go together in metaphor and in spirit.

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Naturally they go together in metaphor and in spirit

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Entirely; the vibe turns the whole notion to a metaphor we can always refer to. Bobi Wine clearly is a metaphor: Pryce weaves his writing and his personal life alongside Bob Wine’s by asserting he is from the ghetto, a gangster for the Buganda King (Omubanda Wa’ Kabaka) and coming from Dangala Komwokya.

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Hip hop, specifically with Rap is always quoting sports and other athletics to complete metaphors. Common names surround, the Blick sporting family, Lakers, Cranes etc. Pryce dedicated 3:16 seconds to developing Bobi Wine into a rap metaphor (Well done!). It’s evident he says: mpulira nga Bobi Wine which is an equivalent of “I feel like Bobi Wine” a simile right?

 

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The scarab beetle we have adopted as part of our visual branding is an ancient Egyptian agricultural totem, a symbol of good luck and long life that in various iterations has graced our wine labels through the years. The watermark version displayed below is the de facto logo for our new Brown Downtown Napa hospitality space {click it for an alt version}. We find it an apt metaphor for Brown Estate, its overall form a relatively streamlined picture of calm whose intricate timeworn carvings tell tales not readily apparent at a glance. The business of operating an estate winery, making our wines from grapes we grow on our own land, relies heavily upon forces beyond our control. Mother Nature is a brilliant but fickle business partner, and our increasingly put-upon planet a delicate resource from which we derive our livelihood. As we move through Brown Estate's third decade, these immutable realities continue to demand and inspire our passion, humility, and gratitude. Thank you for looking in on us and please stay in touch.

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