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The AC/DC wine

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It's common knowledge that rock stars like to drink. In fact, a recent study showed that 9 out of 10 people in rehab did at one stage in their life release an album. Okay so that's not true but it could be.

But when you think of hard-partying rockers, you don't expect them to be swigging a light and fruity bottle of Sauvignon Blanc. Well, it's time to stop thinking in damn stereotypes...

AC/DC have gone and surprised the lot of us by creating their own set of wines. They've already been a success over in Australia but they're now bringing them to the UK for further grape-related winnings. There are two AC/DC wines to enjoy: the Back in Black Shiraz and the Hells Bells Sauvignon Blanc.

Both are available to buy from Laithwaites.

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