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Pink’s Debut Wines Sells Out in 24 Hours


Two Wolves — the winery from Alecia Moore, better known by her stage name Pink sold out in 24 hours. Five years after buying the vineyard, and keeping her passion for winemaking a secret from the public, Pink launched the Two Wolves label.

The cases are made up of three blended wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot, which range from US$60 to $90, and were available to buy online in nine US states and in Washington DC.

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The three wines include: a 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon ($90), made from 86% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 4% Petit Verdot; a 2015 Cabernet Franc ($60) which also contains 5% Cabernet Sauvignon; and a 2015 Petit Verdot ($60), which also contains 20% Cabernet Franc.

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Secrets out! Meet your maker. If there would’ve been a way to release these wines anonymously, believe me I would’ve tried to find a way to do it, because I really believe these wines can represent and speak for themselves. The love and passion with which they’ve come together reflects in their quality and their soul. I’ve dedicated the better part of the last 10 years of my life (outside of raising children and touring) to my passion- winegrowing and farming organically. We are lovers of the land, hoping to leave this place better off than how we found it. In the spirit of experimentation, much like a child approaches every new task, in the quest for knowledge with all due respect to the past, and with every bit of fire that burns within us, we bring to you Two Wolves Wine. Mother Nature is a beast and she will never be tamed. She can only be accompanied on the adventure that she provides. The moon is in charge. I am her assistant. The rest is dirt beneath your fingernails. Live, love, laugh. Welcome to the adventure. And thanks for joining the tribe. Coming soon….

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Pink’s passion for wine was ignited when she tasted a Châteauneuf-du-Pape in her twenties: “That was the a-ha wine for me, the first one. And then it sort of just became a rabbit hole for me,” she told the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Then, in 2013, she bought a 25-acre organic vineyard in Santa Barbara County, California, before taking classes with the Wine & Spirit Education Trust and UCLA.

Wine connoisseurs (and pop fans) who missed the first release won’t have to wait very long for another chance at getting their hands on the singer’s wine, as Two Wolves plans to release a second batch online in April 2019.

You can keep up with the winemaking process on Instagram.

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