Now AC/DC is Launching Its Own Wine

Staff Writer
Look out for the Platinum 2010 Shiraz

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They say good music is like a fine wine — well, maybe not, but no matter because everyone's favorite rockers, AC/DC, is coming out with its own branded wine this September.

They say good music is like a fine wine — well, maybe not, but no matter because everyone's favorite rockers, AC/DC, is coming out with its own branded wine this September. 

The Platinum wine series is made from grapes from Barossa Valley in Australia, according to a press release. The wines were launched in Australia two years ago, and are now heading stateside. From the press release (you just can't make this stuff up): "AC/DC The Wine will be released in the United States with four varietals for fans and wine lovers alike; Back in Black Shiraz, Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon, Thunderstruck Chardonnay and Hells Bells Sauvignon Blanc. A fifth varietal, You Shook Me All Night Long Moscato, will be available soon!"

The wines retail for $17.99 and are available at select retail stores, and now for sale at Vineport.com. 

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