A glass of Big Ass wine is not just any big-ass glass of wine, and two vintners are going to court to prove it.

Wine connoisseurs may not have heard of a wine (or rather, wines) called Big Ass, but the quirky label has triggered a bi-coastal legal fight that highlights the growing importance of trademarks and brand names in the ever-more-crowded wine market.

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