The screw-capped bottle – aptly named The Keaton – is available in red and white, and is designed to be served over ice. Because you know, that's how Diane rolls
Academy Award winner, Annie Hall icon and now, un-fussy winemaker: actress Diane Keaton just can't put a foot wrong in our eyes.
The much-lauded film star has created her own range of plonk called 'The Keaton' – of course.
Her inspiration from the range comes from the 69-year-old's particular way of drinking her vino: she always pours it over ice.
"I'm not sure when I started that," says Keaton in an interview with People magazine. "I think most likely since it was so hot in NY when I lived there in the 70s. I used to go on the balcony to cool down since my apartment didn't have AC, and one day I thought about trying it on ice. It has stuck ever since then!"
Her love affair with cold, cold tipples was confirmed on an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where host Ellen served it up, having caught wind of her wine-drinking style.
The range comes in both red and white, and they're described by Keaton as "everyday wines." They "blend grapes from different regions, are fruit-forward and well balanced, and go with any type of food," she adds.
A donation from the sale of each bottle will be given to the brain research at the Lou Ruvo Center in Las Vegas.
"It's not fancy, but neither am I," adds Keaton.
A woman after our own heart.
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