The street artist designed the graphic for the actress’s first wine, a Pinot Grigio from Italy exclusively imported by Wilson Daniels.
Drew Barrymore has collaborated with street artist Shepard Fairey and international wine distributor Wilson Daniels to create an eponymously named Pinot Grigio. Inspired by her travels in Italy, the white wine is fresh, crisp, and fruity, made from grapes grown in the Triveneto area. It has a pale straw color and features hints of fresh apricot and lively citrus flavors.
In honor of her family, Barrymore chose to showcase her family crest on the label, which was designed by Studio Number One, the creative firm founded by street artist Shepard Fairey. Wilson Daniels is the exclusive importer for Barrymore Wines, which costs $19.99 a bottle, and they are first launching it in California before expanding distribution later this year. Click through to see pictures of the wine bottle design: