Celebs Who Have Gotten Into the Wine Business


The former Bachelorette star launched two fresh sparkling wines — a rosé and grand cuvée — in November. “Bourdon, aka Bumblebee in French (because we’re fancy like that,) was birthed from the idea that no moment is too small to not have a bottle of crisp, cold bubbly in the fridge,” she wrote in her announcement. 

Buy it! Bourdon Wines; $25; drinkbourdon.com

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The actress, 27, partnered with HALL Wines and handpicked 11 wines to include in her collection — ranging from a rich Cabernet Sauvignon (pictured) to light and fruity rosé to canned wine! Available in a variety of price points from $24-$85. 

Buy it! HALL Wines Tori Collection, $24-$85; hallwines.com 

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The lead singer-songwriter from Dashboard Confessional recently developed his own canned wine brand. “It’s almost impossible to share a truly exceptional bottle of wine at a concert due to glass restrictions, so I sought out how I could combine music and wine in a more accessible fashion. Bottle quality wine in a can,” he said in a press release. Available in five varietals, these cans may just be the next go-to concert drink.

Buy it! Canvino, $24 per 4-pack; drinkcanvino.com

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The actress, 47, launched Avaline wines with her friend, entrepreneur Katherine Power. The pair was first inspired to pursue winemaking in April 2018, and just over two years later they perfected their two offerings — a white and a rosé, which are both organic, vegan, and free of additives.

Buy it! Avaline Wine, $20; wine.com

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The singer, 52, launched her rosé in May after developing it for over two years. The pale pink-hued wine features notes of fresh berries and white blossom.


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The former race car driver’s love of wine blossomed while living in England years ago and after cultivating her own wine in Napa Valley, she sought out to master a Provencal style Rose. The end result is the luscious Danica Rose.

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The Grammy award-winning singer, 49, recently announced the launch of her first Sun Goddess Wines collection. The limited-edition collection, in collaboration with the Fantinel Winery, features two new wines: an Italian Pinot Grigio Ramato (rosé) and Sauvignon Blanc.

Buy it! Sun Goddess Wines, $20; wine.com

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“Rosé is for when you want to get a little fancy,” Post Malone said in a press release, and his new wine is exactly that. Available in June, Maison No. 9 has notes of ripe pineapple, pear and strawberry, as well as hints of sweet French desserts.

Buy it! Maison No. 9, $22; wine.com

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Snoop Dogg is partnering with 19 Crimes wine to release the brand’s first California wine: Snoop Cali Red. The rap legend’s face will be featured on the label making the bottle easy to spot once it’s released this summer.

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Despite not being a big drinker until he turned 30, the NBA star told PEOPLE he got into the wine business in 2012 with Wade Cellars, which has recently expanded beyond its flagship Cabernet Sauvignon to sell red blends and a rosé.

Buy it! Wade Cellars, $18-$200; wine.com

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The chef shared “exciting” news on Tuesday, revealing she is coming out soon with her own line of wine. “A project 2 years in the making,” she wrote on Instagram. Curry, who is expecting her third child with NBA star Steph Curry this summer, says she is partnering with his sister on the project. “She appreciates a big bold Cabernet just as much as I. Our Domaine Curry FEMME 31 Cabernet Sauvignon is beautifully balanced and designed to drink now or age gracefully to enjoy in 5+ years.”

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Inspired by summers spent in the Hamptons, the singer and his son, Jesse Bongiovi, launched a pink rosé blend called Hampton Water Wine in February 2018. 

Buy it! Hampton Water, $20; wine.com

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After the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star sang about pinot noir and caviar on the show, he got the idea for releasing his own line of wines. Even though he’s not a professional sommelier, he loves wine so much he marinates his ribs in pinot noir. PBTB wine is barrel aged for eight months in a Santa Barbera wine country vineyard. In 2016, Burgess introduced a pride collection and a rosé. 

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The “Anaconda” singer created MYX Fusions in 2013, and in true Nicki Minaj fashion, the wine is anything but boring. Sold in brightly colored bottles, they offer moscatos in four different flavors: original, peach, mango and coconut, and three sangrias: classico, redberry and tropical. 

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The actor created GoGi wines after falling in love with wine on many bicycle trips with Goldie Hawn through Italy, France and California, he writes in a letter on his website. GoGi has ten different blends of wine, each of which is dedicated to a special person in his life, like a chardonnay named Goldie, and a Viognier for his mother, Lou. 

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The singer first enetered the wine business in 2000, with Blenheim Vineyards, which he built in Charlottesville, VA on a historic site. In 2013, he began his second venture and partnered with wine expert Sean McKenzie to open Dreaming Tree Wines in Geyersville, Calif.

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“I like a good cabernet from a Napa Valley vine” the country star sings in his song “There’s A Whole Lot More To Me”—and indeed he does. The country star crafted his own limited-edition Cabernet Sauvignon, Old Tattoo,  with Lot18.com. “I enjoy a glass of wine with a great meal or after a show and over the last few years I’ve become fascinated by the wine making process,” he explains in a press release. “As I learned more about wine cultivation, blending and aging I wanted to establish my own wine that reflects my favorite flavors and tastes.” Expect hints of coffee, cocoa, currant, dark cherry, graphite and plum while sipping. 

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The former football star and restaurateur teamed up with fourth-generation Napa Valley winemaker Rob Mondavi Jr., to create his own label of wine, 7 Cellars. The brand supports Team Rubicon, which helps veterans find their place through disaster relief efforts.

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As a follow-up to their first wine creation, Save Me San Francisco, the lead singer of Train and acclaimed winemaker, James Foster, are giving a nod to another one of the band’s famous songs with a new portfolio of wines titled Drops of Jupiter. The collection includes a Cabernet Sauvignon, a Pinot Noir and a Sauvignon Blanc, each retailing for $20.

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The TV host and restaurant owner is going back to her roots with her new prosecco, Giuliana Prosecco, made in collaboration with Terlato Wines in her native Italy. Rancic aimed to capture the essence of “affordable luxury” with the $14.99 bubbly. “Anyone who knows me knows I love a nice, cool glass of prosecco so I’m ecstatic to have my own and it happens to be the best I’ve ever had,” she told PEOPLE. “Truly.” 

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The country music star teamed up with the Napa Valley-based winery ONEHOPE Wine on the Sara Evans Signature Series 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon to benefit a good cause. Each of the $60 bottles—made with a blend of dark berries, wild violets and chocolate nuance—helps fund music education programs through the CMA Foundation. 

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The Supernatural star recently released single vintage wine Venatore, a Chardonnay-based sparkling wine. The name Venatore comes from the Latin word for “hunter,” a reference to Padalecki’s Supernatural television role. The wine’s label is courtesy of Padalecki’s sister Megan. “I’m so proud of this awesome juice I was able to be a part of,” he wrote about the new line. 

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The musician – who says he has always been fascinated by wine because of its “inherent connection to the land” – unveiled his new wine line, Z. Alexander Brown. The $19.99 inaugural vintages, a Cabernet Sauvignon and Proprietary Red Blend, are a collaboration with Napa Valley winery Delicato Family Vineyards with a goal of “bringing food, people and a sense of place together through creativity.”

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The Food Network star is getting into the wine business. His new brand, Hunt amp Ryde (named for his sons, Hunter and Ryder) includes a $75 Pinot Noir which Fieri told GQ is a “bomb-ass Pinot.”

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The singer (and dad-to-be!) has released a new wine line, Legend Vineyard Exclusive, which he says is “a dream long in the making.” A collaboration with Napa Valley winery Raymond Vineyards, LVE’s first two vintages include a 2013 cabernet sauvignon ($85) and a 2014 chardonnay ($45) – which are described as a “series of rich, soulful and complex notes inspired by true love.”

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NBA star Dwyane Wade has conquered the courts over the years – but now it’s time for a refreshing new venture. The star took to his Instagram to announce his new line of red wines, aptly titled Wade, while on tour in China in July 2015. “15 hour flight to China. Don’t mind if I do,” reads the photo caption.

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The E! News host just launched XO, G, a new line of wine at Walmart that offers stacked individual glasses of pinot noir, pinot grigio and rosé. Rancic, who has a toddler son, told PEOPLE that busy moms especially “deserve that one perfect glass of wine.”

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie aren’t just successful Hollywood entertainers: They’re winemakers whose debut rosé was named one of the top 100 wines by Wine Spectator. Pitt spoke to the magazine about his newfound love for the world of winemaking saying, “I’m a farmer now … It’s been a schooling for me. In the off months, I enjoy cleaning the forest and walking the land.”

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The rock legend and his wife, Trudie Styler, produce Tuscan wines that are sold in the U.S. through Maritime Trading Collective, a boutique wine importer. Their latest red is fittingly named “Message in a Bottle” and has an aroma of cherries, blackberries and spices. (Love that it’s affordable, too!)

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The actress produces Hudson-Bellamy wines along with her longtime fiancé Matthew Bellamy and even has a winemaker cameo in FarmVille 2: Country Escape. “So, how do we celebrate our #hbwines launch?? Uh…we drink it!” she wrote on this Instagram shot.

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Though she’s best known as the Black Eyed Peas’s energetic front woman, Fergie founded the wine label Ferguson Crest with her father, Pat Ferguson, in 2006. It looks like Oprah’s gotta feeling about this red — the winery’s red portfolio includes Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and the cheekily named “Fergalicious,” which is a blend of several grapes.


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The Uptown Girl recently visited Wölffer Estate near her home in the Hamptons and posted shots of the Sauvignon Blanc (left) and the rosé.


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The pop-rock band launched their Summer Daze Rosé, the third wine from their Everything Is Wine series.


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