6 Best Celebrity Wines In All Shades Of Red, White and Rosé

Celebrities bring their star power straight from the vineyard.

Solar power may be dimming as summer finally comes to a close (sorry, Lorde), but not to worry. We’ve picked the best celebrity wines from the vine so you can bless your fall feasts with star power instead. From France and Niagara to the best in film and the father of dropping it like it’s hot, we’ve scoured the market for celebrity wines that actually taste good.

Be the ultimate dinner guest by showing up with one of these VIP bottles. The NEXT Taste Test Kitchens have deduced they’re worth the hype.

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Craving more celeb sippers? Watch this Bon Appetit sommelier try 16 celebrity wines:

Snoop Dogg and a bottle of his Cali Red 2019 wine.

Snoop Dogg Cali Red 2019

19 Crimes

Available in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto
$20

 

It’s got bark, it’s got bite — just like the Dogg on the label. Grown in the California heat, this renegade Cali red is bursting with dark fruits and smooth body, with just the right amount of tannins to make it a bold sip. No doubt Martha Stewart and Snoop will be sharing a bottle over a candlelit roast beef dinner this fall.

Jim Cuddy and a bottle of his Tawse Chardonnay wine.

Cuddy by Tawse

Chardonnay 2016 Tawse Winery

Available in Toronto
$26

 

In their early days as a bar-playing band, Blue Rodeo would often be paid in beer. Developing a more sophisticated palate, guitarist and vocalist Jim Cuddy turned to wine and developed his own blends with a Niagara-based vineyard. This full-bodied blend is barrel-fermented and oaky but still has fruity notes of pineapple, pear and caramel apple.

Sarah Jessica Parker and a bottle of her Sauvignon Blanc wine

Invivo X Sarah Jessica Parker

Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Available in Calgary
$25

 

This classy little package packs a passionfruit punch — from the first splash and sniff, aromas of the tropics dance in the glass. Blending the craft of a New Zealand Sauvignon blanc with the sophistication of a New York City It Girl, it’s the perfect not-too-sweet treat to pair with an episode of Sex and the City. And Just Like That … the entire bottle is gone.

Post Malone performing on stage and a bottle of his rose.

Rosé

Maison No. 9

Available in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto
$30

 

Dear Post Malone: congratulations. This rosé is the perfect little blend of blushing strawberries, melon and lavender all wrapped up in a sleek and sexy bottle. It’s such a bright, refreshing sip that one taste instantly transports you to a gargantuan yacht on the French Mediterranean — where the wine is produced — as Post treats you to a private serenade.

The Tragically Hip and a bottle of their Chardonnay

The Tragically Hip Ahead by a Century Chardonnay 2019

Stoney Ridge Estate Winery

Available in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto
$22

 

Got the invite to a classy charcuterie soirée? Whip out this silky, citrusy Tragically Hip chardonnay. Because it’s only partially aged in oak barrels, it’s got a rich palate, but it’s not too oaky — think notes of smooth vanilla and sumptuous peach. Raise a toast to Gord with this luxurious blend, created in honour of the iconic Canadian band’s six-time platinum album Trouble at the Henhouse.

Francis Ford Coppola and a bottle of his Claret wine.

Diamond Collection Claret 2018

Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Available in Vancouver, Calgary (other Coppola wines available at LCBO in Toronto)
$27

 

When the silver screen just wasn’t enough to conquer — see: The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, The Outsiders — legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola started a winery and wrapped the best bottles in gold. The crown jewel of the Coppola Diamond collection, this California-grown Bordeaux blend is a full-bodied, fruity-spicy red that’s the perfect companion for dinner and a movie.

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