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Keyshawn Johnson, now an ESPN reporter, is dabbling in cabernets

Keyshawn Johnson poses with his wine, a Cabernet Sauvignon.

We'll add Keyshawn Johnson to the list of athletes delving into the food world: the NFL star, who retired from the game in 2007, has come out with a wine line. 

The 2007 KJ1 by Keyshawn Johnson Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine produced in northeast Oregon; Johnson paired up with Los Angeles wine expert R.C. Mills to produce it. "I’ve enjoyed wine for years and for me, cabernet is king," Johnson said in a press release. 

So what does the wine taste like? According to Master Sommelier Virginia Philips, it has a "powerful nose" with black pepper, black cherry, and berries, as well as notes of of tobacco, vanilla, and clove. The full-bodied wine will be in stores starting in September, and will cost $125 for a bottle. We guess he can go hang out with Brett Favre and the other NFL foodies and winos.