Megadeth rocker Dave Mustaine has expanded his passions to include wine, as his Mustaine Vineyards is now offering their debut Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 dubbed 'Symphony Interrupted.'

The wine will be available in limited qualities and customers may purchase only three bottles. The orders are also limited to U.S. customers only. The offering was made to commemorate Mustaine's upcoming sold out performance with the San Diego Symphony at Copley Symphony Hall on April 12.

Posted along with the wine offer at the Mustaine Vineyards website, a statement reads, "Tonight, the air is electric; tonight, the sounds are amazing; tonight, we revel in music, in art, in excellence; tonight a guitar legend marries heavy metal and classical music together in a performance only the select few will witness."

The message continues, "Dave Mustaine often says classical IS metal, and now it is time to partake of the highlights and distinctive notes of life’s finer things. Raise a glass of our very first bottling of Mustaine Vineyards wine from the sunny hills of Fallbrook, California and lest we forget, tonight is ours forever."

Orders for Dave Mustaine's 2012 'Symphony Interrupted' Cabernet Sauvignon are currently being taken at this location.