Not Content With Being A TikTok Dance Star, Gordon Ramsay Is Now Also A Winemaker

Anna Lewis
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Photo credit: Getty/Gordon Ramsay Wine
Photo credit: Getty/Gordon Ramsay Wine

From Delish

What’s the first thing you think of when I say the name Gordon Ramsay? Is it the phrase “idiot sandwich”? Is it that he’s a TikTok dance star? Oh, maybe it’s that he’s a super-successful chef, restaurant owner and TV presenter.

But it turns out Gordon’s not content with all that – he’s taken on a new challenge: winemaking.

Gordon’s released his own range of wines. He’s teamed up with winemaker Chris Miller at Seabold Cellars in Monterey, USA, to create Gordon Ramsay Signature Wines, according to Food & Wine. The range features eight different Californian wines, including rosés, a Sauvignon Blanc, a Chardonnay, a Pinot Noir, and more.

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A statement from Gordon on his wine website reads: “Wine has always fascinated me – a complex marriage of tradition, art, science, land, and people, all captured together in a glass. My time in California has convinced me that Californian wines stand with the best in the world. Passionate winemakers in California’s cooler climate regions are producing delicious, balanced wines that complement our cuisine. I am delighted to release these Gordon Ramsay Californian wines designed to be enjoyed with food and delicious if drunk on their own”.

Seabold Cellars’ Chris, who worked with Gordon on his range of wines, told Food & Wine: “It's a little surreal for our humble little winery to be working with someone as prominent as Gordon. We're excited to share these wines with both his fan base and wine enthusiasts alike. We hope the introduction of this project creates an opportunity for more people to experience or be introduced to California wines, and that it will yield a greater appreciation for the quality and diversity of the wines produced here.”

Annoyingly, Gordon’s wines are only available in the US at the minute, but we’re hoping he’ll bring them over here soon.

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