All Time Low launches own wine

The Baltimore pop-punk band have released a Cabernet Sauvignon called ‘Everything is Wine’.

Named in homage to the band’s track ‘Everything is Fine,’ the wine has been vinted and bottled by E2 Family Winery in Lodi, California.

In a statement the band said: “Wine and Music are distant cousins, products of the heart and soul woven together: complex, none the same, each telling a unique story: They anchor us to our memories.

“Close your eyes and recall the feeling; a song takes you back to a first love, a lasting heartbreak, or just a damn good party… It’s a powerful magic, like an invisible string pulling you back in time, rooted in the ambiance of the moment, stirring at the bottom of your glass like a familiar melody stirs up forgotten emotion.

“It is with that in mind that we present you with ‘EVERYTHING IS WINE,’ a Cabernet Sauvignon that we hope you’ll share with friends, family and loved ones on the nights that memories are meant to be made. Throw on your favorite record and raise a toast to the moments that will live on forever at the bottom of this bottle.”

With a minimum order of two, bottles are priced at US$24.95.

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