Once one of Hollywood´s highest-paid actresses and America's sweetheart, Cameron Diaz chose a quieter lifestyle away from the cameras and today is devoted to the production of synthetic pesticide-free wines.
After big box office hits like The Mask, There´s something about Mary and Charlie's Angels, Cameron Díaz unexpectedly ended her film career with the 2014 adaptation of Annie. That was, by all means, her fresh start.
After that, she published two books on self-care and longevity, married musician Benji Madden, gave birth to Raddix, her first and only daughter, at age 47, and launched her organic wine brand, Avaline / ah- vah-leene /.
In the midst of this positive change that connected her with nature, her body, and motherhood, Cameron Díaz discovered her entrepreneur side. During an afternoon with friends, they were all wondering the reason why they positively knew the contents of everything they ingested except for wine.
And so Avaline was born, a line of organic wines farmed without harsh synthetic pesticides and unnecessary additives, free from animal by-products and with total nutritional transparency.
Certified by the Competent Body of Catalonia and Bureau Veritas Certification, Avaline wines contain carefully considered and naturally derived ingredients and are meant to be drunk by everybody.
In addition, the rosé line contains a pea protein, a vegan, non-GMO, and non-allergenic solution for clarifying and stabilizing the wine.
One thing to keep in mind: both the white and rosé lines have on their labels a detailed description of their origin, ingredients, taste, additives free, and suggestions of time and place when and where to drink them.