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AC/DC hopes for Platinum success

Published:  12 August, 2013

AC/DC, the legendary rock band, may have seen many of their albums go platinum, but now they hope to experience the same success in their burgeoning wine career with the release of their latest wine range - Platinum.

Their latest wine is once again made by Australian winery, Warburn Estate, which has produced a number of wines for the band. Past releases have incluced Back in Black Shiraz, Hells Bells Sauvignon Blanc and You Shook Me All Night Long Moscato.

The first AC/DC range of wines sold more than 6,000 cases the first week they were released. 

Warburn Estate is hoping to have an equally positive response from AC/DC fans with Platinum, which is a 2010 Shiraz from the Barossa Valley. 

Past packaging focused more on members of the band; this release will feature the iconic AC/DC logo in the hopes of making it a collector's item among the band's fan base.

The wine will be available in September on pre-order from Warburn Estate.