Red red wine may make you feel so fine—but what about redneck wine?
You’ll be able to find out when the first bottles of Duck Commander Wines, the latest venture from Duck Dynasty‘s Robertson family, are released this month. (The labels are camo-patterned—like you’re surprised.)
If you’re still laughing about Willie Robertson and the gang’s ill-fated attempt at grape-stomping during the first season, don’t worry: The clan has teamed up with Napa winemakers at Trinchero Family Estates to craft the Triple Threat Red Blend (“silky, soft, and jam-like”), Wood Duck Chardonnay (“crisp flavors of apple and pear”), and Miss Priss Pink Moscato (“passion fruit with a hint of vanilla”). The wines are rumored to be both approachable and easy-to-drink, and Robertson has made it clear that he doesn’t think tasty vino needs to be highfalutin.
“Yuppie folks ain’t the only ones who can enjoy good wine. This is good wine for good people, and it’s made by good people,” Robertson tells PEOPLE of the collection, which retails for less than $10 a bottle at select Walmart stores.
Sounds like the kind of stuff destined for the mason jars during Miss Kay’s famous family dinners. Though we can’t help but wonder, which varietal will pair best with boiled squirrel?