Drew Barrymore is taking a cue from a ton of other celebrities (Dave Matthews, AC/DC, Train, Dan Aykroyd...) and getting into the alcohol business. Her new Barrymore Pinot Grigio from Northeast Italy -- the grapes are from Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trentino Alto Adige and Veneto -- is crispy and fresh, according to the distributor, Wilson Daniels. The fact sheet has more about Barrymore's new foray:
Wine is all about the journey. Any wine lover would have to agree. The discovery of new wines, new regions and new vintages is what keeps wine exciting to novices and enthusiasts alike.
For Drew Barrymore, it was the journey that propelled her to delve into the world of wine and with an eponymously named Pinot Grigio. A fan of crisp, fruity white wines, Barrymore has created a wine that reflects her style and personality: fresh, dynamic and fun.
The wine's label, designed by street artist Shepard Fairey, contains the Barrymore family crest,
The 2011 Pinot Grigio retails for $19.99 per bottle. It will be available starting spring 2012.
HuffPost Food hasn't sampled this wine, but we have tried many celeb wines. Verdict? Sometimes celebs should stick to their day jobs.
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