A line of 'Duck Commander' branded wine has been unveiled from Trinchero Family Estates.
The Californian wine company teamed up with America's favorite duck hunters to produce three different wine creations, including a red, a pink moscato, and a chardonnay.
The Robertsons join 'Star Trek' and 'Downton Abbey' in their release of the latest television-connected wine. The COO of the company told NewsDay.com the family that owns the business has a lot in common with the Robertsons, and that Willie and his wife have spent time at the estate, helping contribute to decisions like blending and packaging.
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From the website:
The Robertson's, of TV's Duck Dynasty fame, live out the American Dream while staying true to their rugged outdoorsman lifestyle and Southern roots. This wildly successful Louisiana bayou family has remained grounded in what matters; family, friends, good food and fun.
This Red Blend exposes the fresh, ripe, jam like fruit that is the calling card of California wine. This medium bodied wine is fruit forward, silky and soft with smooth tannins.
Our Chardonnay offers rich tropical fruit aromas with hints of lemon and crisp apple laced around the complex nose. The palate is vibrant and full of pear, melon and apple pie with a silky, creamy finish.
Our Pink Moscato has luxurious aromas of white peaches, honeysuckle and caramel. Luscious passion fruit and honeydew melon flavors with hints of sweet vanilla are perfectly balanced by refreshing acidity.
They're all available on onestopwineshop.com.
To add to the story, another California wine company is suing Trichero, saying that the new wines are a trademark infringement. That company's name? Duckhorn.
Could you find yourself drinking a 'Duck Commander' wine? Which of the three would you try? Leave your thoughts below.