Dadaism is set as artistic anarchy rejecting the social, political and cultural values from 1916 to the mid 1920s. Dadaists rejected any cultural or societal norms. This wine, named in honour of those revolutionaries, should eschew oak, overripeness and sweet fruit. BUT it so does not. Soft and ripe black and blue fruit is scented with sweet smoke and has had tannins nearly removed, leaving a plush, warming, smoked cocoa red. Simple enough, but Dada-opposite.