Aaron Tippin is getting into the wine business. The country star is partnering with Stonehaus Winery on his own brand, “Aaron Tippin country Jam.” The beverage isn’t the singer’s unique recipe but his “barrel-selected” choice of the company’s Blackberry wine. They’re putting out the special label product to mark their 25th anniversaries. Tippin launched his music career with the release of his debut single, “You’ve Got To Stand For Something,” in 1990 — the same year Stonehaus opened in Crossville, Tennessee.
“Aaron Tippin Country Jam” will make its debut at a special event at The Butcher’s Block at Stonehaus on February 14th. Aaron will take part in a free meet-and-greet to take photos and sign wine bottles. The winery will also host a Valentine’s Day Dinner, featuring a short acoustic set from Tippin after the meal.