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More than a year after he first released his new rosé wine, Post Malone‘s “Maison No. 9” continues to be a hot-seller on liquor store shelves across the country. Now, fans of the singer — and fans of rosé — will be able to pick up a bottle of Post Malone’s wine online, saving the headache of heading to the store, only to find the popular wine sold out and out of stock.
Maison No. 9, which was named after Malone’s favorite tarot card (the nine of swords), is a Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Merlot blend, with notes of pineapple, pear and strawberry. Despite the fruit-forward notes, the wine has been noted for its surprisingly light taste and dry finish. The 2019 Méditerranée IGP was first released in June 2020 and has been a hot commodity ever since, with fans clamoring for a bottle.
While many fans are drinking the Post Malone rosé, others are purchasing bottles of Maison No. 9 to collect, thanks to the bottle’s sleek, extra-flint glass construction and unique, elongated neck. The bottle is adorned with “battlements” inspired by a medieval castle near the vineyard where the grapes for the wine were grown.
If you want to buy Post Malone’s wine online, there are a few places that have Maison No. 9 in stock. Add a bottle (or two) to your cart and the wine will be delivered directly to your door in as little as 30 minutes (if you live in a major city), or in a couple of days with shipping.
Here is where to find Post Malone’s rosé wine online, along with the latest prices (as of this writing):
Drizly sells a 750ml bottle of Maison No. 9 right now starting at $22.99/bottle. Start by entering your zip code and address; depending on where you live, Drizly can deliver wine and spirits to you door in less than an hour. Shop Maison No. 9 on Drizly here.
Vivino is where we’ve seen the latest version of Post Malone’s rosé wine online. While the wine is the same beautiful blush pink color and taste, the bottle features a longer sword, with the “Maison No. 9” title in a new font and smaller size. Vivino sells Maison No. 9 for $22/bottle, though you can take 20% off if it’s your first order on Vivino.com. Shop Maison No. 9 on Vivino here.
Total Wine will ship Maison No. 9 to most states across the U.S., and the site currently sells a bottle for $21.99/bottle. What we like: You can mix and match six bottles or more to bring the price down to just $19.69/bottle. Need it sooner? You can also order the rosé online and arrange for in-person pickup. Shop Maison No. 9 on Total Wine here.
One of our favorite places to discover new wines is at Wine.com. The site has hundreds of unique bottles for sale, and everything is packaged for safe, fast, secure shipping to your door. Right now, you can buy Maison No. 9 on Wine.com for $22.99/bottle. What we like: The site always has promo code deals, so make sure you grab a code to use before hitting the checkout. Shop Maison No. 9 on Wine.com here.
“Rosé is for when you want to get a little fancy,” Malone says in a press release. “It’s a nice switch up and I have been thinking about doing my own wine for a while. Maison No. 9 goes down smooth, and you’re all going to love it!”
Maison No. 9 is a French rosé created and developed by Post Malone in partnership with his long-time friend and entrepreneur James Morrissey, and Dre London, a longtime music manager and Founder of London Entertainment (the three men are pictured in the image at top).