Andrew sells wine in Chicago suburbs; expert says it’s “not worth its money.”

Andrew sells wine in Chicago suburbs; expert says it’s “not worth its money.”
The Bachelor 3 star Andrew Firestone has been hawking his family’s wine in the suburbs of Chicago, signing 1,500 autographs on bottles at a Sam’s Club and selling his wine in grocery stores. But after his appearances, “interest in the wine quickly faded” at the Sam’s Club and elsewhere, The Daily Herald reports. A wine director at an Elmhurst store says the wine is “not worth its money,” although another wine buyer says “they’re quite average wines” that are “competently made.”

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