The actors share a winery, Chateau Miraval, in the south of France.

Lauren Wicks
January 22, 2020

While the rest of the world is still dissecting that now-viral image of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston at last week's SAG Awards, we're more concerned with the project he's been working on with Angelina Jolie—rosé Champagne! Turns out, Pitt and Jolie have a breathtaking winery in the south of France (as one does), and they are working on summer's next big hit.

Chateau Miraval, which was the couple's summer home in Côtes de Provence before separating in 2016, is under joint ownership of the Perrin family, who runs the nearby Château de Beaucastel winery. Brad and Angie's winery already produces six different types of wine, but co-owner Marc Perrin recently told Wine Spectator that their team is working to debut a rosé Champagne this year with one of Champagne's top growers and producers, Rodolphe Péters.

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"We will create the only Champagne house which only makes rosé," said Perrin. "We are going to try to push the quality of rosé as far as possible in Champagne."

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If you're dying to try Miraval's wines, you can find some bottles at your local Target or wine shop for around $25. We're crossing our fingers that this new hybrid will be affordable enough to be summer's next big bubbly, but for now we'll just sit back and enjoy a Miraval rosé as we dream of warmer days.

Buy it: Miraval Rosé Wine, $23.99

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