ESPN seriously needs to up their reporting skills because it’s clear that the real reason Andrew Luck retired is so he can make wine like so many other retired players. Look at Charles Woodson, living his best life post-NFL. He just came out with a new wine line called Intercept (since he was one of the all-time leaders in NFL interceptions), made in collaboration with O’Neill Vintners & Distillers.
He gets his grapes from Paso Robles and Monterey, and the line includes a Cabernet, a red blend, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir all proved at $18.
Woodson said, “My fans wanted to connect with me after football, they wanted more from me, and wine is the great connector.” Yeah, dude, welcome to the grapefriend life! Let’s get Andrew in on this.