AC/DC and Australian winery Warburn Estate announced plans to launch a wine together. This isn’t the first time when music and wine have crossed paths. Singer Madonna has had her own wine label for many years and more recently, Jean Paul Gaultier was peculiarly appointed as the creative director of Diet Coke. That said, we admittedly didn’t see this coming, but we doubt anyone did.
The metal rock rocker AC/DC’s first move into the wine industry brings together three wines named after their top singles: Back in Black shiraz, Highway to Hell cabernet sauvignon and Hell’s Bells sauvignon blanc, all which are now available throughout Hong Kong and China.