“I can’t give too much away, but there’s some 2000s electro, Nineties house and what I like to call emoto-pop,” she said. “I can’t wait to share this with fans and enter the next era of music and live performance.”
Kylie, who owns a wine brand named after her, also talked about how making music is similar to making wine. “I always feel songs take on a new life the second they’re released to the world. People will hear that song and create their own moments, stories and sometimes landmarks. I’m finding this to be the same with my wines,” the star said.
Minogue talks about her wines
The singer earlier talked about her wine brand. “Our production process involves a blend of European premium grapes and green tea selected from the Liu-Da Mountains of Yunnan province in China, providing maximum development of wine attributes, without generating any alcohol.” She continued, “This careful selection of ingredients is reflected in the extraction process of the tea, with one bud and two leaves individually hand-plucked at a time.”
“Brewed into a strong infusion and added to the grape ferment, the result is an additional mouthfeel and finish, rounded off with dried tannins to present a complex and finely balanced sparkling rosé, minus the alcohol,” she shared.
Kylie then talked about how this entire process is similar to making music. “One of the wonders of wine, as I get deeper into my understanding and appreciation of it, is the journey. And just like music, the story starts anew once it reaches the listener or consumer,” the star explained.