Another set of stars have launched a wine label! At the end of March, former Dancing With the Stars judges Julianne Hough and The Vampire Diaries actor Nina Dobrev announced their new wine, Fresh Vine Wines.

 

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The collection is premium low-carb, low-calorie, gluten-free, and keto- and vegan-friendly wines that you can buy around the country. The brand introduces a Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and rosé from grapes sourced throughout California and bottled in the Napa Valley.

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Hough told Architectural Digest of the idea, “What always kept us close were our shared values and how aligned we were in how we lived our life. To be able to create something that you love is amazing, but to be able to do it with someone who you love, respect, and value? There’s really nothing like it.”

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“Julianne and I were inspired to create Fresh Vine Wines after noticing the growing number of consumers making healthier choices surrounding wellness and longevity while also searching for a wine that compliments their lifestyle choices instead of undermining them,” said Fresh Vine Wine Co-Owner Dobrev, in a statement. “We have similar work schedules and at the end of the day, we love unwinding with a glass of wine. We always had this dream to venture into the wine industry and create a product that reflected who we are. After meeting with the Fresh Vine Wine team, we immediately knew that this was an incredible opportunity to partner and together we could try to create something that evoked a guilt-free experience.”

The California Cabernet Sauvignon ($21.89), Pinot Noir ($18.99), and Chardonnay ($17.99) are for sale at FreshVineWine.com. The California Rosé ($14.89) and Limited Reserve Napa Cabernet ($80) can be pre-ordered on FreshVineWine.com.

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Other celebrities who have wine brands include Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Post Malone, Cameron Diaz, Sarah Jessica Parker, and John Legend.

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