Jon Bon Jovi isn’t new to the wine business. The rocker has a collectible wine business that produces limited quantities available at bonjoviwines.com. (Well, sort of available — all 18 specialty Bon Jovi wine bottles are currently sold out.) But Bon Jovi’s new venture with his 22-year-old son Jesse is producing a rosé wine that’s not so much collectible as drinkable. These aren’t limited editions. To create Hampton Water Wine, the father-son rocker team worked with French winemaker Gérard Bertrand.
Bon Jovi has a mansion in the Hamptons and the wine is named for the water nearby. The new wine expands Bon Jovi’s food and wine business interests to three generations. John Bongiovi, Sr. — the rocker’s father — is the namesake of the Bongiovi Brand of all natural pasta sauces, which include a killer Classic Curry. Profits from the sauce biz help support the the charitable work of the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.
— Bongiovi Brand Sauce (@BongioviBrand) February 23, 2018