AC/DC launch their own wine range Get Tickets
Rockers team up with wine makers Waburn Estate to produce four varieties of plonk
The Australian stadium rockers, who are currently on an extended break from recording and touring, will produce four wines, each named after one of their biggest hits.
The first is 'Highway To Hell' which is a Cabernet Sauvignon, the second is 'Hells Bells', which is a Sauvignon Blanc, a third is, of course, called 'Back In Black' which is a Shiraz and finally there is 'You Shook Me All Night Long', which is a Moscato.
The band have teamed up with Australian winery Warburn Estate to release the wines, which went on sale yesterday (August 18). The wines have been sourced from the Australian regions of Barossa and Coonawarra.
AC/DC most recently released a new live DVD, which is titled 'AC/DC: Live At River Plate' and are said to be planning to reunite for a tour to celebrate their 40th anniversary as a band.