Dennis Rodman, Hall of Famer, Launches Signature Wine

‣ Dennis Rodman, the Hall of Famer and Chicago Bulls legend, is launching his own wine called “The Rebel.”
‣ Rodman’s wine is a 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon and is available for purchase on a specific website, supposedly in limited supply.
‣ Rodman is not the first athlete to venture into the wine business, with ten other professional basketball players (NBA and WNBA) already having their own wine brands.

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Dennis Rodman, the Hall of Famer and Chicago Bulls legend, is a man of many talents. He’s not just an exceptional athlete, but also a movie star and, at times, a pseudo-politician.

Now, he’s got a new title to add to his extensive resume: wine connoisseur.

Well, let’s not get too carried away with the ‘connoisseur’ label just yet. Rodman may not be a full-blown expert in the art of winemaking, but he’s certainly dipping his toes in the wine world. He’s launching his own wine, aptly named “The Rebel.”

“The Rebel” by Dennis Rodman is now available. It’s a 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon, and it’s top-shelf, of course. You can grab a bottle of Rodman’s new wine online for a cool 69.99 US.

But here’s the catch: according to the website’s Instagram page, this wine is in limited supply. So, if you’re interested, you might want to act fast.

Rodman isn’t the first athlete to venture into the alcohol brand game, though. As we pointed out in a recent post, several NBA and WNBA players have their own signature alcohol brands.

A recent Boardroom Instagram post revealed that ten professional basketball players have their own wines. These include Dwyane Wade (Wade Cellars), CJ McCollum (McCollum Heritage 91), Yao Ming (Yao Family Wines), Carmelo Anthony (VII(N) The Seventh Estate), James Harden (J Harden), Isaiah Thomas (Cheurlin Champagne), Tony Parker (Château La Mascaronne), and Channing Frye and Kevin Love, who co-own Chosen Family Wines.

And let’s not forget the WNBA. Washington Mystics’ former two-time MVP Elena Delle Donne has her own signature wine, Deldon Wines.

So, it seems Rodman is in good company in the wine game!

James Shotwell
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