It seems like just about every celebrity is dipping their toe into the wine and spirits industry, going beyond the realms of endorsements into the winemaking field itself. From Hollywood stars to musicians and models, more stars are trading in the big screen for passion projects in vineyards.
Some of the more renowned launches from those in the music industry include Jay-Z's Armand de Brignac and Post Malone's Maison No.9 rosé, but there are others in the arts encroaching on their space. We've rounded up some more recent debuts, which you may, or may not, be familiar with.
One of the more iconic releases, Miraval's future was left up in the air following Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's split back in 2016. Thankfully Château Miraval continues to produce the popular Côtes de Provence rosé with its refreshing palate of citric acid, peaches and a touch of salinity.
Most recently, Pitt has worked with the Perrin family to produce a premium Champagne, Fleur de Miraval, released only recently to rave reviews.
Miraval is £15 from The Bottle Club
A man of many talents, Idris Elba is the newest celebrity entrant in the wine game, working with two wine estates to produce a Provence rosé and Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Champagne. The latter (pictured above) was produced with the Sanger school of Champagne and the result was a pleasant surprise. Expect a precise and balanced champagne with refreshing apple, pears and brioche notes.
£89 from Connaught Cellars
Actress Sarah Jessica Parker worked closely with Invivo to create a Malborough Sauvignon Blanc that lives up to the region's reputation. It's widely accessible worldwide, unlike many of the others and offers a profile of succulent lime, juicy green apples, a subtle herbaceousness and an invigorating acidity. It's everything you want from a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.
$17.99 from Drizly or £12 from Wine Delivered
Clean wine has long been a trend with customers more consciously consuming wine from sustainable wineries producing organic wines. The now-retired actress Cameron Diaz's latest venture has been into clean wine with her brand Avaline. The wines aim to be as transparent as possible, listing all ingredients and the process of production.
$38 for two from Wine.com
Prosecco has quickly become the accessible bubbly of choice and one enjoyed at all occasions. Recently, the three Delevingne sisters have joined forces to create a sustainable, vegan Prosecco that's got some herbaceous notes and a touch of salinity alongside soft lemon pith and nice firm mousse.
£25.99 from Selfridges