American celebrity couple Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are one of the power couples of Hollywood, but they couldn't be more adorable right now. The pair are working together to help source funds to support COVID-19 charity organizations. Named the "Quarantine Wine," the unique creation is a delicious pinot noir.
If there is anything to love about the couple, it is their love for each other, their beautiful family, and even most importantly, their kind hearts. They have joined the league of celebrities striving to help people that are most vulnerable to COVID-19, as well as the people working hard at the front lines.
The couple took to YouTube recently to share that they are launching a new wine named "Quarantine Wine" to help create funds for four different charity groups working hard during this pandemic.
In the video announcement, Kutcher said:
"These are unprecedented times that we're living in, and unprecedented times call for…" "More drinking!" Kunis interjected.
To realize their goals, the couple, who have been married for nearly five years, collaborated with Walla Walla-based winery Nocking Point.
The money generated from selling the 2018 pinot noir is going to four different charities that the couple selected by purpose.
One is the "Give Directly" charity, which provides cash grants for those facing financial hardships; another is "Direct Relief," which supplies healthcare professionals with PPE and other vital medical equipment.
The last two are the "Frontline Responders Fund," which donates PPE and ventilators to hospitals and medical facilities, and "America's Food Fund," a partnership between Feeding America and José Andrés' own non-profit World Central Kitchen.
Kutcher and Kunis are going smart with this one, seeing that they have vetted their options and chosen charities that are known to tackle the significant problems of the coronavirus pandemic.
The "Quarantine Wine" can be pre-ordered; one bottle costs averagely $25, or $20 if you're a member of the Nocking Point Wine Club. Shipping will start in early May.