Nude Nymphs, you have been warned.
You are no longer welcome on wine bottles in in Alabama.
The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board has enforced a law that prohibits "labels that are offensive or immodest," and now Cycles Gladiator wine, (with a label that has been hilariously censored on the website of a local news outlet) is banned in Alabama. So far as we know, the tremendously modest Red Sox themed wine "Manny Being Merlot" is still street legal in the Yellowhammer State.
According to the winery, the old time label of Cycles Gladiator was based on a 19th century French bicycle advertisement capitalizing on the cycling craze of the time. It being France and all, they put a drawing of a naked woman on the ad because generally, the French look at pictures of naked women the way Americans look at bacon: Sure you don't always need some, but don't they make everything a little better?
Despite Alabama's compulsion to create weird rules, the disputed wine bottle is still completely legal everywhere else, (as is the risky practice of playing in Texas without having a fiddle in the band.)