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No shortage of options for celebrity spirits

Leanne Italie
Associated Press

New York – From Kate Hudson’s new vodka to Dylan Sprouse’s Brooklyn-made mead, celebrities with their own brands of spirits and wines can make drink-loving fans happy at the holidays.

You can find other pillars of culture with bottles, including TV shows and the high-brow auction house Sotheby’s. Whether your gift recipient is into Florida Georgia Line or Diane Keaton, there may be a bottle out there ready for you to buy and wrap up.

Some ideas:

This combination photo shows actress Kate Hudson at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Feb. 27, 2017, left, and a bottle of her gluten-free, non-GMO King St. Vodka.

Hudson: Her just-launched King St. Vodka is gluten-free, non-GMO and distilled in Santa Barbara, California. It’s inspired by memories of her former home on King Street in New York City. At select retailers and online at $24.99.

Sprouse: The former child star is co-founder of All-Wise Meadery. It uses an apiary in upstate New York. Mead, by the way, is a honey wine fermented with yeast and water. Among the company’s flavor profiles is a variety infused with oolong tea. At select retailers and online at $35.

Keaton: She has a collection of wines, The Keaton. All are sourced from the north coast of California. A percentage of proceeds supports the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. Widely available. $14.49.

Ryan Reynolds: First, he tasted Aviation Gin, then he acquired a piece of the company. It’s highly rated even by some wine aficionados. Wine Enthusiast called it a clean, neutral profile with “bewitching hints of caraway, juniper, grapefruit and a dry, faintly spicy finish.” Widely available. $30.99.

This combination photo shows "Breaking Bad" actors Aaron Paul, left, and Bryan Cranston at the Los Angeles premiere of their film, "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," in Westwood, Calif. on Oct. 7, 2019, left and a bottle of their new artisanal Dos Hombres mezcal.

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul: They debuted their artisanal Dos Hombres mezcal in twin Instagram posts last July, and fans thought they were getting the “Breaking Bad” band back together. It’s made in a remote part of Oaxaca in Mexico. At select retailers and online at $65.

This combination photo shows Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at the Oscars in Los Angeles on March 2, 2014,, left, and a bottle of their Chateau Miraval Cotes de Provence Rose.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: Post-divorce, they still jointly own the Miraval estate and vineyard in France’s Provence. In partnership with the Perrin family, Miraval is known for roses. Its Chateau Miraval Cotes de Provence Rose has an aroma of fresh fruit and spring flowers. $27.99. Chateau Miraval Studio is a pale pink with notes of fresh fruit and citrus fruit. $18.99.

Sotheby’s: Sotheby’s Wine, a branch of the famed auction house, has curated a collection of 12 bottles. Part of the mission was to provide good wine at reasonable prices, which range from $16.95 to $39.95. Available at the Sotheby’s Wine retail store in Manhattan and online at

This combination photo shows Jay-Z performing on the 4:44 Tour at Barclays Center in New York on Nov. 26, 2017, left, and a bottle of his D’USSE XO cognac.

Jay-Z: He’s a partner with Bacardi Limited in D’Usse cognac. D’Usse XO has notes of ripe blackberry and apricot and D’Usse VSOP includes hints of spices, almond and cinnamon. They’re made at the Chateau de Cognac in France. Widely available. D’Usse XO goes for $199 to $229 and the VSOP for $49.99 to $54.99.

This combination photo shows Drake performing as part of the Summer Sixteen Tour in New York on Aug. 5, 2016, left, and his Virginia Black Decadent American Whiskey.

Drake: He created Virginia Black Decadent American Whiskey with spirits entrepreneur and sommelier Brent Hocking. It’s a collection of bourbon rated highly by some in the industry. It sips with notes of oak and vanilla, finishing with a hint of toffee. Widely available. $39.00.

Francis Ford Coppola: Call him the, uh, godfather of celebrity wine. The director bought his first California vineyard in 1995 and a second, the Francis Ford Coppola Winery, in 2009. Bottles from the latter include Diamond Collection Oregon Pinot Noir ($21), with flavors of boysenberry, cherry and mocha, and Director’s Cut Cinema ($44), a blend of cabernet sauvignon, zinfandel, sirah and petite sirah. Shop around.

Florida Georgia Line: The country music duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley put out Old Camp. It’s a smooth peach pecan whiskey with hints of caramel and a light spice, aged a minimum of two years in white American oak barrels. Widely available. $19.99.

This combination photo shows actor Jim Carter portraying Mr. Carson walking away from Highclere Castle in a scene from the film "Downtown Abbey," left, and a bottle of Highclere Castle Gin.

Downton Abbey: Highclere Castle, the face of the British TV drama and movie, just launched Highclere Castle Gin in the United States. It’s inspired by botanicals from the estate’s herb gardens originally planted in the 9th century. $48.99. Available offline in 15 states and online at

This combination photo shows actor Matthew McConaughey at the cast photo call for the film "The Dark Tower" in New York on July 30, 2017, left, and a bottle of his Longbranch whiskey.

Matthew Mcconaughey: He partnered with whiskey giant Wild Turkey on Longbranch, made in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. It’s refined with Texas mesquite and oak charcoals, honoring his roots in Kentucky and Texas. The flavor offers notes of caramel, pear and citrus. Widely available. $39.99.

Conor Mcgregor: The MMA champion launched Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey last year. It expresses his love of all things Ireland. The whiskey has hints of vanilla and a honey-like sweetness. $24.99. A portion of proceeds goes to first responder organizations. Shop around.

Star Trek: There are wines from the Star Trek Universe. A two-bottle pack goes for $110 at There’s also the James T. Kirk Straight Bourbon Whiskey from Silver Screen at $60.

Sarah Jessica Parker: She recently ventured into wines with Invivo & Co. for her namesake Invivo X SJP. That includes a new sauvignon blanc. Parker took part in every step of the winemaking process, even hand painting the blue “X” on the label. In select shops and online at $18 to $20.

The Walking Dead: Spirits of the Apocalypse The Walking Dead Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is a limited-time only alliance between Diageo and Skybound Entertainment, the company behind “The Walking Dead” comic series upon which the show is based. At select retailers. $34.99.

This combination photo shows Snoop Dogg posing for a portrait at Miss Lily's in New York on July 30, 2012, left, and a bottle of his Cuca Fresca Cachaça Prata.

Snoop Dogg: He’s a shareholder in Cuca Fresca Cachaca, including Prata, direct from Brazil. Cachaca is produced from sugar cane like run but with a different distillation process. Brazil stole Snoop’s heart in 2003, when he filmed his “Beautiful” video there. In select shops and online at $19.99.

This combination photo shows actor and businessman Dan Aykroyd at the Los Angeles premiere of "Ghostbusters" on July 9, 2016, right, and a bottle of his Crystal Head Vodka.

Dan Aykroyd: Dan Aykroyd and artist John Alexander created Crystal Head Vodka in 2008. It’s produced in Newfoundland, Canada, and comes in skull-like bottle intended as a symbol of life, power and enlightenment. $49.99. Shop around.

Nicole Miller: This half-French fashion designer launched a namesake rose this summer. It’s a dry and aromatic blend made at Chateau Auguste in Bordeaux. Available online at $16.99.

This combination photo shows, members of the heavy metal band Metallica, from left, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo, Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield and their whiskey brand, Blackened American Whiskey.

Metallica: The rock band’s whiskey, Blackened, comes with shtick: Each batch has its own Metallica playlist used to “sonically enhance the whiskey during finishing.” As it rests, the brand says, the “music is played to the barrel causing the whiskey inside to move and interact with the wood.” OK. At select retailers online and off. $49.99.