5 Best Celebrity-Owned Wines To Know


We’ve rounded up our Vyne-approve celeb wine that serves as the ultimate luxurious libations.

A fabulous bottle of wine is necessary no matter the season or the occasion. And, the art of winemaking has become a major business venture for celebrities. From Post Malone to John Legend, these notable celebrities are making bank with their wine brands. Below, we’ve rounded up a handful of wines that make the cut for being truly worthy. 

Post Malone's Maison No. 9


Launched in 2020, Maison No. 9 is bottled in a sleek and sexy vessel. Dry, light, crisp, and refreshing, the rosé is surprisingly enjoyable. Inviting aromas of ripe pineapple, fresh pear and strawberry make this wine zippy, fresh and delicious.


Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's Miraval


Pitt and Jolie’s Miraval Rosé has an elegant pale-pink colour that evokes a rose petal. It has a blend of aromas including fresh fruits, currants, fresh rose, and a zest of lemon. Made in the village of Correns in Provence, France, the rosé has an irresistible lemony note as its long finish. It’s fantastic, light, and floral - a perfect drink for summer


John Legend's LVE


LVE French Rosé has a delicate aroma of peach blossom, raspberry, and apricot on the nose. With notes of fresh-picked strawberry and white nectarine on the palate, Legend's crisp and light wine is perfect for topping off a late summer night, especially with its elegant and lengthy finish.


The Delevingne’s Della Vite


Created by the Delevingne siblings - Chloe, Poppy, and Cara, the Della Vite Prosecco is certified vegan and sustainable. From brunches to cocktail hours, prosecco has long been part of their sisterhood and friendship. The sparkling wine has white peach and white apple notes that are light and yet creamy. It pairs well with pasta and fresh garden vegetables.


Invivo x Sarah Jessica Parker’s Sauvignon Blanc


Partnering with Invivo & Co, a wine and gin company based in New Zealand, Sarah Jessica Parker invokes her New York flair to create elegant wines such as the Sauvignon Blanc 2021. The wine evokes aromas of ripe tropical fruits, citrus peels, and exotic guava. This wine has a long and delicious finish. Pair it with oysters, blue cheese, caramelised onion tart, and grilled sambal prawns for a better experience.