They may have shaken the world of celebrity with their surprise divorce announcement back in 2016, but it looks like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are still partners in some aspects of their lives.
As well as co-parenting their six children, the former Hollywood power couple are co-owners of a French vineyard. And luckily for us Brits, they’ve just released a new wine which is surprisingly affordable.
The exes, who maintain joint ownership of Chateau Miraval, a stunning estate situated in Correns, in the South of France, have launched a new rosé called The Studio and believe it or not, British shoppers will be the first in the world to enjoy the fresh tipple.
This is because the wine is now exclusively available at selected Co-op branches across the UK, and is sold at just £12 per bottle. Bargain, right? Especially when we know that it has been made by Brangelina (no, we will never stop calling them that). This is prior to its global release which is due next month.
Each bottle of The Studio rosé wine is made of cinsault, grenache, rolle and the lesser-known grape, tibouren, and has fresh summer fruits taste to it with hints of redcurrants, nectarines and ripe raspberries. Good thing it’s launched just as the warmer weather has arrived.
The wine is created in the French vineyard and chateaux bought by Brad and Angelina back in 2008. The then-couple reportedly spent $67 million (around £50 million) on the property which not only consists of 35 rooms, but has a spa, hot tub and an indoor pool.
The two loved it so much that they tied the knot there in 2014, getting married in a low-key ceremony in front of their children Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 12, and 10-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
Since splitting, Brad and Angelina have allegedly decided to keep the property, which was previously owned by jazz musician, Jacques Loussier, for their children.