Chanel Owns a Winery--And Karl Lagerfeld is Designing the Label of a Special-Edition Bottle

Categories: Wine
​Hey, fashion-savvy friends. Your new must-have label for spring is . . . a wine label. 

According to Glamour, Chanel owns a winery, the centuries-old Chateau Rauzan-Segla in the Bordeaux region of France. Next month, it will release a special 2009 Gran Cru Classé to celebrate the chateau's 350th anniversary, and the label will be designed by none other than Karl Lagerfeld himself. 

Don't worry, the wine won't smell or taste anything like Chanel No. 5. It's a mix of grapes, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Cabarnet Franc.

The one-time release is $129 (waaaaay cheaper than a handbag), and available for pre-order at
Sip and swirl, darling. 

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