Bruce Cohn, career-long manager of the Doobie Brothers and owner of B.R. Cohn Winery in the Sonoma Valley, has announced the release of the complete wine collection of the 15 LP and CD cover art-emblazoned bottles from the history of the Doobie Brothers, aptly named Doobie Red.
The collection will be released at the annual B.R. Cohn Charity Fall Music Festival, which begins tomorrow and runs through Monday at the B.R. Cohn Winery.
“I’m very proud of this collection,” noted Cohn. “It is the perfect combination of the finer things in life — wine, music, art and charitable giving. It is so hard to believe that we have released it in its entirety, and it’s now a complete collection.”
In addition to producing award-winning wines at B.R. Cohn, Bruce Cohn has managed the Doobie Brothers for more than 40 years. The Collectors Series began with the 2002 vintage and culminates with the release of this limited-edition collection of only 384. The set sells for $480.
This one-of-kind assemblage is the sixth and last limited-production set, and is produced from a special blend of premium Bordeaux varietals.
The limited-edition box includes artwork from all of the Doobie Brother albums:
* The Doobie Brothers
* Captain and Me
* Toulouse Street
* What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits
* Takin’ It to the Streets
* Best of the Doobie Brothers, Vol. 1
* Living on the Fault Line
* Minute By Minute
* One Step Closer
* Farewell Tour
* Best of the Doobie Brothers, Vol. 2
* Sibling Rivalry
This wine was produced in memory of Keith Knudsen, long-time drummer for the Doobie Brothers. A portion of the proceeds are donated to various veterans’ and charitable organizations.