Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are using their star power to raise money for COVID-19 relief with a new wine. The married actors teamed up with Nocking Point Wines, a company co-founded by “Arrow” star Stephen Amell, to create a limited edition pinot noir. The profits will be split between four charities.

Announced Sunday, Kutcher and Kunis explained in a video that they like having virtual hangouts with friends while drinking, and they have been looking for ways to help while social distancing. “Mila came up with a brilliant way of combining the two things,” Kutcher explained in a video.

The parents of two explained that they did a lot of research to pick their four organizations. They’ll divide 100% of the profits from Quarantine Wine among GiveDirectly (gives cash grants directly to families on SNAP in areas most affected by COVID-19), Direct Relief (provides medical equipment and PPE to frontline workers like grocery store employees and delivery people as well as EMS workers), Frontline Responders Fund (provides PPE and ventilators to medical facilities) and America’s Food Fund (food access).

The Quarantine Wine bottle features an interactive label so buyers can personalize who/what they are toasting to. See Kutcher and Kunis personalize their bottle below:

The wine retails for $50 for a set of two bottles. Pre-orders are available now on the Nocking Point website. The Pinot Noir is from Battle Creek Vineyards in Willamette Valley, Oregon.

Nocking Point, which is based out of Walla Walla, Washington, was founded by actor Stephen Amell (“Code 8”) and Andrew Harding. They regularly team up with celebrities to release limited edition wines. Recent releases include “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Stephanie Beatriz’s Wine-Wine, “Shadowhunters” star Katherine McNamara’s Of Queens and Angels, “Manifest” star Josh Dallas’ Dallast Drop, and “Vanderpump Rules” stars Kristen Doute, Stassi Schroeder and Katie Maloney’s Basic Witch Potion No. 2.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
Actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis attend a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Philadelphia 76ers at Staples Center on Jan. 29, 2019 in Los Angeles. Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images