‘Duck Dynasty’ Releasing Own Line Of Wines
It’s no secret that Duck Dynasty has become a huge hit; you can’t go anywhere without seeing Phil’s face on a t-shirt, hat or blanket, but what about a bottle of wine?!
According to PEOPLE, the latest venture from the Duck Dynasty Robertson family is the launching of their own line of red and white wines called “Duck Commander” this month. The bottles feature a camouflage label with, what else, a duck as their logo.
If you watch Duck Dynasty, then you know in season one, Willie attempted to stomp grapes and make wine – that didn’t go so well, but it did give them the idea to start their own line of wines. PEOPLE notes that the family teamed up with Napa winemakers at Trinchero Family Estates to “craft the Triple Threat Red Blend (silky, soft, and jam-like), Wood Duck Chardonnay (crisp flavors of apple and pear), and Miss Priss Pink Moscato (passion fruit with a hint of vanilla).”
“Yuppie folks ain’t the only ones who can enjoy good wine. This is good wine for good people, and it’s made by good people,” Robertson tells PEOPLE of the collection, which retails for less than $10 a bottle.
We’ll have to wait and see if the Duck Dynasty wine is really all it’s ‘quacked’ up to be.