Jenny Lewis launches her own wine

The Californian red is "a blend of carignan, valdiguie and petit sirah"

Jenny Lewis has launched her own wine.

The singer, who released her new LP ‘The Voyager’ earlier this week, is promoting the album with her own Californian red, which shares the album’s name. The wine, which is made in conjunction with domaineLA, is described as a “blend of carignan, valdiguie and petit sirah”. See below for a picture of the bottle, which costs $29.99 and will come with a download of the album.


Lewis has worked with Beck and Ryan Adams on ‘The Voyager’. The former Rilo Kiley singer’s third solo album was co-produced by Adams, along with Beck and Lewis’ partner Jonathan Rice producing three tracks.

‘The Voyager’ arrives six years after Lewis’ second solo album, 2008’s ‘Acid Tongue’, and four years after ‘I’m Having Fun Now’, her album with boyfriend Rice, released as Jenny And Johnny. Lewis’ solo debut ‘Rabbit Fur Coat’ arrived in 2006, and was billed as Jenny Lewis And The Watson Twins.


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