Post Malone Sells 50,000 Bottles Of His Wine In Just 48 Hours

Post Malone Sells 50,000 Bottles Of His Wine In Just 48 Hours
Credit: Source: NME.com

The singer-songwriter's entrepreneurial endeavors have reportedly done well this summer. A new report from Hot New Hip Hop suggested that Post Malone, the "Circles" singer, sold 50,000 bottles of his Maison No. 9 wine in just two days before the sale officially kicked off.

The singer sold 50,000 bottles in 48 hours as part of his pre-sale day. This past month, the musician revealed he was going to drop his very own bottle of French Wine, Maison No. 9, named after his favorite tarot card, the Nine of Swords.

The outlet claims Post Malone first revealed the bottle of rosé just a few weeks ago, but following two days of pre-sale, he has since sold every single bottle. Vivino, the sales website through which the singer is selling his brand, crashed on the first morning of sales.

Even though he already sold out, the singer intends on having the store stocked up again by Monday of next week. Reportedly, it will cost just $21.99 per bottle and it now has a score of 90 from Wine's website.

Thus far, the reviews of the wine company are very positive. During an older interview, Post Malone stated that Rosé was for the days when he wants to get a little fancier. The singer-songwriter claimed he was thinking about starting his own wine brand for a while.

At the time, the beerbongs and Bentleys singer said it was great working with Global Brand Equities because they knew what he was trying to accomplish with the brand. Post went on to say that it goes down "smooth" and it would be very popular.

Fans of hip-hop know this won't be the first time a recording artist has started their own alcohol brand. P. Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, famously worked with a French company in the marketing and distribution of Ciroc throughout the United States.

The brand of vodka is still incredibly popular to this day. Reportedly, the partnership is an "equal share" venture in which Diageo and P. Diddy share the profits.

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