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Train to Produce Wine
- Written by Fred Swan
- Thursday, 23 June 2011 22:10
The musical group Train has announced that it will be offering "Drops of Jupiter" Petite Sirah.
The wine, to be produced by San Francisco Wine Co. will be sold online, to fan club members and to astronomy fanatics who don't own radios. The group already has a wine club. To their credit, Train says a third of the profits from sales of the new wine will go to Family House, a San Francisco charity.
It seems that more and more musicians are jumping the wine... train. Let's just hope Bret Michaels doesn't get involved. The world doesn't need a Poison wine...For more on the Train wine, chug on over to Billboard.com.