Pearl Jam's Signature Wine Sold Out in Minutes


via Food and Wine   With their summer tour selling out stadiums around the country Pearl Jam quietly partnered with the Mark Ryan Winery and Sleight of Hand Cellars -- known as the Underground Wine Project. They produced only 450, 4-pack "box sets"and sold them for $150 a piece. The labels were created by the band's art department and depicted four cities they're stopping by on the "Home x Away" tour. 

With Fenway Park being one of those stops (Sept. 2nd + 4th), Boston's skyline is featured as well as Seattle, Missoula and Chicago. Unfortunately for fans and wine collectors, the first batch sold out in just 12 minutes. The best news of all is that Pearl Jam's Vitalogy Foundation made out with the profits which came in around $67,500. The non-profit Foundation was founded in 2006 and works on issues including community health, the environment, arts & education and social change.  To find out when more will be available, you can get more details HERE 

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