Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis create charity wine for coronavirus relief

As if we needed another reason to drink right now: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have announced they are launching Quarantine Wine.

The married celebs are partnering with Nocking Point Wines and Battle Creek Cellars to produce a variety of vinos. One hundred percent of the profits will be donated to charities helping coronavirus-relief efforts.

In a video on the brand’s website, the couple raves about a “beautiful Oregon pinot noir” that retails at $50 for two bottles. The site is now accepting pre-orders and the first bottles will ship in early May.

“One hundred percent of the profits will go to a handful of charities that we have done homework on … to make sure they do the work they’re supposed to do — that their outcome is visible,” Kunis, 36, says.

“We’ve been finding charities that are focusing on getting PPE [personal protective equipment for medical workers] into the country [and] charities that are helping feed kids,” Kutcher, 42, says.

Of the charities the wine will benefit, GiveDirectly offers cash grants to families in hard-hit areas. Both Direct Relief and Frontline Responders Fund provide medical equipment to healthcare workers. And America’s Food Fund helps get meals to those in need.

Each bottle’s label also has a spot to write in whatever you’re toasting to. The actress suggests toasting to yourself if “you’re home with your damn kids.”

Share this article: