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Fifty Shades of Grey Wine Launched

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You've read the book, you're going to watch the movie, now you can drink the wine.

E.L. James has launched a range of Fifty Shades of Grey wine, available now from fiftyshadeswine.com. It comes in two flavours: Red Satin and White Silk, with a single bottle available for $17.99 (£11.25) and a case of 12 for $215.88 (£135).

James has been a known wine fan for some time - her website even lists the appropriate drop to go with various sections of her books (read here *contains spoilers*) - so this development is perhaps not a surprise.

So, if you're looking to seduce your very own Christian or Anastasia, make sure to get a bottle of Satin or Silk in, and the Fifty Shades classical album on the stereo and you surely cannot fail.

(Image: fiftyshadeswine.com/Rex)

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