Apparently, a winery is a good investment. At least, that’s how it seems judging by all the celebrity owned wineries.
Yes, everyone knows the Coppola’s own a booming wine business, but some of these others may surprise you.
Here are our top 10 celebrity wines.
According to the company website, the allure of that journey and the chance to create an offering to share with her family and friends propelled Drew to delve into the world of wine.
Located in Soledad, CA, Carmel Road currently offers a Barrymore Pinot Grigio and Drew’s Blend of Pinot Noir.
On the company’s website, Fergie says, “Since starting Ferguson Crest in 2006, I’ve gotten the chance to grow something beautiful with my father again, and this time around share our family treasure so that each of you can taste the love and care that’s gone into every bottle.”
Located at the highest point in Solvang, California, and overlooking the splendor of the Santa Ynez Valley, Ferguson Crest offers a variety of whites and reds, including a blend called Fergalicious. You can even join their wine club.
Bure Family Wines was started by Candace Cameron and her ex-NHL star hubby Valeri Bure. During a trip to the Napa Valley, Bure met the winemaker at Chateau Boswell and decided to turn his passion for wine into a commercial venture.
Currently produced in limited quantities, the wines are made at Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena, California, with fruit grown in the cooler Coombsville growing region just east of Napa.
Jason Priestley has been collecting wines for over 20 years and is passionate about it. He is one of five partners invested in the Black Hills Estate Winery, located in his home province of South Okanagan, British Columbia.
Priestley has said that while he’s traveled to many great wine regions around the world, he’s extremely impressed with the quality of wines emerging from Canada’s Okanagan Valley.
The winery offers sunset happy hours, winemaker tours and a wine club.
Of his wine, Dave Matthews says, “This is something I feel good about inviting someone over to share with me. It’s something to be proud of.”
Located in Geyserville, California, the winery is part of a solar initiative that includes 17,000 solar panels spanning four wineries, the largest solar footprint in the US wine industry.
Wines cost a mere $15 a bottle and can be purchased online.
The Mike Ditka wine series is named to mirror Ditka’s legendary career as a player, coach, Hall of Fame inductee and all-around sports icon. As a proprietor of restaurants, a line of steaks and cigars, his own wine label simply makes sense.
The moderately priced blends are available on the coach’s official website.
Located in her home state of Michigan, the Ciccone Vineyard is a collaboration between Madonna and her father Silvio “Tony” Ciccone
Offering European-style wines from grapes grown primarily on the hillside estate, located approximately 15 miles from Traverse City, the winery is open to the public but you can order online (though they currently only ship within Michigan, Florida and Washington DC).
A collaboration between actor Kyle MacLachlan and the Dunham Cellars winemaking team, this Washington State winery is located in the heart of Washington’s wine making district.
In an online article discussing the similarities between wine-making and acting, MacLachlan said, “You put something together, you blend something, you have the best intentions and you just don’t know what’s going to happen.”
Luckily, you can see what happens at the Dunham Cellars vineyard since they offer a tasting room at their Walla Walla based winery, which sits about 130 miles south east of MacLachlan’s hometown of Yakima.
Dan Marino and his former back-up Damon Huard started this winery just outside of Seattle in 2015. According to the website, Passing Time is, first and foremost, dedicated to Cabernet Sauvignon.
There are only subtle nods to their sporting past (eight stitches subtly incorporated into their logo) and, unfortunately, there is no variety called “Laces Out.” Color us disappointed.
Of course we must mention this one. Superstars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie own the South of France estate which produces a very hard to get your hands on rosé. The first 6,000-bottle run sold out within five hours.
According to a Vanity Fair article, Joe Bastianich called the offering, which is actually affordable at $23 a bottle, “very, very, very pretty.”
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