Chanel Wine? Karl Lagerfeld Takes His Touch to the Bottle

We drank the Karl Koolaid a long time ago, but apparently we can actually sip the fine wine. And while we have always coveted all things Chanel, we only recently found out that the iconic fashion house actually runs its own winery. Chateau Rauzan-Segla, which was founded in 1661 by Pierre de Rauzan, is situated in the heart of the Margaux appellation; the vineyard was acquired by Chanel in 1994.

This season, Château Rauzan-Ségla is launching its 2009 vintage Grand Cru Classé, which has a beautiful Karl Lagerfeld designed label. This chic collaboration comes at an exciting time for the winery, which is celebrating its 350th anniversary this year. To capture the milestone, Lagerfeld brought his iconic touch to the bottle with a charming drawing of the Château.

The Grand Cru Classé will retail for $129 when it hits stores in March.