The pop star Alecia Moore, also known as Pink, gets hands on to make Two Wolves Wine on her estate in the Santa Ynez Valley.\r\n\r\nHow\u2019d the 2019 vintage go?\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s going to be so beautiful. In 2018, I got off tour and the very next day, harvest started. It was pretty stressful and it all came in at once, and I was buried in it. But this year was smooth and all spread out. The fruit looked perfect.\r\n\r\nWhat parts of winemaking do you enjoy most? Which parts are most tedious? \r\n\r\nI like digging out tanks, and I hate cleaning the press. I hate it. My husband [Carey Hart] has become a really good janitor. He is meticulous and fast, and I let him do that part. But otherwise, I like all of it. I like being in the vineyard, and I like talking to people who have all different kinds of viewpoints on organic versus biodynamic versus dry farming\u2026 I love the process, and I love seeing what happens every year.\r\n\r\nFor the first couple years, I was really frustrated. I wanted to try all these things, but I physically could only do so much. Mother Nature is a fascinating beast to me, and it\u2019s a really fun challenge.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIs making wine anything like your music career?\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s distinct in a lot of ways, but it\u2019s all about timing for both. If I were to go into the studio today, I would never write \u201cSo What\u201d or \u201cGet the Party Started.\u201d That was that day and that moment, and I was a certain age. It\u2019s that way with the timing of the pick and how old the vines are when a wine is made. I\u2019ll make wine this year that I wouldn\u2019t make five years ago or five years from now.\r\n\r\nI\u2019m also a collaborator. I don\u2019t go into the studio by myself. I go in with a piano player or guitar player. I pour my heart out, and my collaborators do the same. That\u2019s how [winemaker] Alison [Thomson] and I are, and how the vineyards and I are. It\u2019s always a collaboration. So in that way, it\u2019s the same. In every other way, it\u2019s completely different.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nDoes the winery add balance to your otherwise very public life? \r\n\r\nDefinitely. Moving up there with my family was the best decision I ever made. I love what I do in my other life, but I love coming home. That makes perfect sense because I was a high school dropout, and now I\u2019m a student again. I\u2019ve been doing the same thing forever, so my brain is really turning on again.\r\n\r\nMy kids come down and help, and I walk through the vineyard every day. We\u2019re making friends and plans for 30 years from now and hopefully beyond that. But then you read an article about global warming and how we won\u2019t be able to grow crops in 50 years, and then you want to die.