Former Eagles Wide Receiver Terrell Owens Joins Forces with Lasorda Family Wines to Launch New Wine Label

Christine Tarlecki

Former Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens has partnered with Lasorda Family Wines, the family wine business of Norristown native and late baseball legend Tommy Lasorda, to create a new wine label called Eighty-One, writes Pat Ralph for PhillyVoice.

The name comes from Owens’s playing days, when he wore No. 81.

The cabernet sauvignon is described as “ripe black cherry and cinnamon stick aromas, leading to a palate of plum preserves, dark chocolate, and spicy toasted oak.”

The wine was harvested in California vineyards and aged for 18 months using a combination of European and American Oak. A standard bottle will cost $39, while an autographed bottle will be $135.

The domain name for the label – – is also a tribute to Owens’s good friend, the late Kobe Bryant. The Lower Merion High School and NBA legend once scored 81 points in a single game. Bryant also earned the “Vino” moniker later in his career to represent that he got better with age, just like wine.

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