Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis launch 'Quarantine Wine' to help coronavirus relief efforts
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are launching their own bottle of wine to help coronavirus relief efforts.
The celebrity couple took to Instagram Sunday to announce the wine, called "Quarantine Wine," saying all proceeds go toward charities that are helping amid the pandemic.
“100% – that’s right – 100% of the profits will go to a handful of charities that we have vetted for you and are so proud of during this time,” Kunis told followers in a video announcement. “Anything from feeding families who have fallen on hard times..."
“... To supplying PPE equipment to frontline medical workers,” Kutcher added. “To helping small businesses and people who are in distress recover.”
The actors kept things light in their video announcement by adding in some humor.
"These are unprecedented times we're living in," Kutcher said. "And unprecedented times call for –"
"More drinking," Kunis chimed in, laughing. "That's not what you were going to say?"
"I was going to say unprecedented measures, but you say 'more drinking,' I like it," he smiled.
"That '70s Show" co-star Danny Masterson took to the comment section to praise the idea.
"This is amazing. How many cases CAN I order?" he wrote.
Scooter Braun wrote "Ordered!!!" with clapping emojis.
Karlie Kloss also added "Ordered!!" with wine emojis.
So, how do you order Quarantine Wine? By visiting officialquarantinewine.com. The price is $50 for two bottles of the "Quarantine" Pinot Noir, or if you become a member, it's $40.
And the flavor of the 2018 vintage is Kunis-approved!
"We had fun testing the wine and it was delicious," she said in the video.
According to the website, the bottles will begin shipping in early May.
Kutcher, 42, and Kunis, 36, have been married since 2015 and have two children .
The stars join other power couples who have donated money or started initiatives to raise money to help relief efforts, including George and Amal Clooney who donated more than $1 million earlier this month.
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