Musician Jackson Browne has a leg up on other aspiring celebrity winemakers: he already has the property. Contact Music reports that
Browne is thinking of turning his Hollister Ranch home in Santa Barbara, California into a vineyard. He knows he's got a great location for grape growing and ideal soil, there's only one problem, he thinks it might be too much work. He is quoted as saying: "I want to be a gentleman farmer, but I don't want to work very hard." Perhaps Browne should contact Tool frontman and successful winemaker Maynard James Keenan for advice. After all, Keenan has turned a piece of Arizona land into a thriving winery.