Post Malone On Launching His Own Rosé: “I Like To Get A Little Fancy Every Now And Then”
If having All Time Low rosé to drink this year wasn’t enough, Post Malone has also recently gotten into the wine game – revealing that his latest business venture is pretty much a way to simply “get a little fancy every now and then”.
The metalhead rapper and his manager Dre London have spoken to GQ about their new Maison No9 rosé, with Dre revealing that inspiration to branch out away from music and into wine actually came from a pretty unlikely source: Hollywood actor Mark Wahlberg.
“[Post] always drank wine, but not as much as beer,” recalls Dre. “But he started having this acquired taste for expensive wine after he and Mark Wahlberg hung out too much!”
With the wheels in motion and Maison No9 now out there in the world, Post insists that his newest project doesn’t show off an entirely new side of him – it’s just “a nice switch up”.
“I wouldn’t say [this project] represents a different persona, it’s just a nice switch up,” he says. “I feel like you drink rosé when you want to put on your three-piece Tommy Ford suit and get a little fancy, and I like to get a little fancy every now and then.”
Maison No. 9 French rosé wine is described by Drizly as, “straight from the sun-drenched shores of the Méditerranée. It is a crisp, refreshing and explosive rose. It is light pink in colour and has notes of sweet peaches. Maison No. 9 is from Provence, France.”
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