Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Releases The Most Heavy Metal Wine Ever

The 2012 "Symphony Interrupted" Cabernet Sauvignon comes from Mustaine Vineyards in Fallbrook, CA.


Photo: Metal Hammer

Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine just released his own wine, a 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon with an amazing name: “Symphony Interrupted.”

Metal Hammer reports that the wine—which comes from Mustaine Vineyards in Fallbrook, CA—was created to celebrate Dave’s sold-out performance with the San Diego Symphony on April 12th.

Metal band-branded beers and wines are becoming a thing. Seriously, Motorhead has its own wine and beer, AC/DC launched a lager early last year, Iron Maiden has a British ale, Sepultura launched a wheat beer back in 2012, and Amon Amarth Shiraz is now on the market.

You can get your hands on a bottle of Symphony Interrupted cab over at

[via Metal Hammer]

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