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Nikki Bella, Post Malone, Cameron Diaz, And More Celebs With Their Own Wine Brand
If you're looking to buy the perfect bottle of wine for a holiday party, why not consider buying from a brand repped by a familiar face?
The host of USA Network’s upcoming show "Barmageddon," Nikki Bella is a multi-talented individual. She's a WWE Hall of Famer, has her real estate license, is a model and TV personality, and of course, she's a seasoned entrepreneur.
One of the handful of projects that Nikki is working on that makes her a perfect option to host the bar-themed game show is a brand of wine that she founded with her twin sister, Brie, called “Bonita Bonita.” Earlier year, Bonita Bonita was featured in Napa Valley’s premiere Bottlerock Food Festival.
The amazing rosé made by the Bellas is just one of the many celebrity-owned wine brands that are available today. Whether you’re an artist, singer, movie star, or athlete, everybody seems to want in on the celebrity wine game. Here are a few celebrity wine brands that you should sip on this holiday season in addition to Bonita Bonita.
The iconic rapper has a red blend called Cali Red with 19 Crimes, which blends petite syrah and zinfandel grapes. It has generally positive reviews, especially for the price of only $15 a bottle. In addition, Snoop also has a Rosé and Cali Gold available at similar price points. According to 19 Crimes’s official website, the wine is “defiant by nature, bold in character and never compromising,” which is exactly why it partnered with Snoop Dogg, who “embodies all these qualities.”
The rom-com icon started her own brand of wine, Avaline, just three years ago based on the idea of high-quality and organic wine at an affordable price. At just $24 a bottle, Diaz has achieved this goal by using only organic grapes and having a transparent and additive-free creation process. The wine is vegan, clean, and has no added sugar so even those watching their sweets intake can and should try a bottle or two this holiday season!
Nine-time Grammy-nominated superstar Post Malone unsurprisingly has his own brand of wine as well. Malone’s wine, a rosé with a crisp and dry finish from Maison No.9, is bottled in a gorgeous tall, slim glass bottle and has a high-class feel to it. In a press release announcing the debut of the brand, Malone said, “Rose is for when you want to get a little fancy.”
The Mediterranean-inspired wine can be purchased for just $22 a bottle and was conceived in between Post Malone’s two sold-out tours in 2019. Drinkers report a smooth finish with fruity notes as well as a hint of “French desserts.”
Francis Ford Coppola
The Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville, Georgia was built to serve as a “wonderland” for wine-drinkers, according to Coppola himself. The official website for the winery calls it a “place to celebrate the love of life” and features vineyards, tasting rooms, restaurants, and even a pool and park. Coppola, the winner of five Oscars and the director behind "The Godfather" franchise, "Apocalypse Now," and more, sells a massive variety of wine as well as food and other gifts related to wine and cinema.
His wine ranges in price anywhere from $19 a bottle all the way up to $120.
Mary J. Blige
Mary J. Blige is one of the most important and successful musical artists of our time. Often referred to by her fans as the “Queen of Hip Hop Soul and R&B,” Blige has done everything from winning NAACP Image Awards to creating her own brand of wine called Sun Goddess. The bottle is shiny and gold with a golden record label on the front. Fans of hers and the drink have remarked on not just the beauty of the bottle, but the generally positive reviews of the wine and its taste. Plus, it's only $19.99 a bottle!
The Philadelphia 76’ers NBA superstar and future Hall of Famer has a few ventures going for him off the court, one being a brand of wine from Crossing Roads. Customers can buy Cabernet Sauvignon and other California red wines for just $18.99 a bottle. With a rating of 4.2 out of 5 on Vivino.com, it may just be worth a shot — pun intended. Harden himself told prospective customers, “If you are new to wine or an experienced enthusiast, I believe that you will love these wines as much as I do!”
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