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Motley Crue singer starts own label

Former Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has started a wine label called Vince Vineyards.

‘I have enjoyed great wine for most of my life, and I wanted to create something other wine lovers could experience and appreciate,’ he said in a statement.

Neil – lead singer for the glam metal band until the early 90s – plans to start with 500 cases of 2003 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon and 250 cases of 2003 Sonoma Chardonnay.

Harry Parducci at Adler Fels Winery in Santa Rosa will produce the wine, which will initially be sold for about $20 a bottle in the United States.

The company is a partnership between Neil, music agent Burt Stein and Russ Dale, an executive in the beverage industry and founder of Emerald Spirits, according to a statement issued today by Vince Vineyards.

Written by Agencies

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