Brad And Angelina Decide Against Selling Winery

Brangelina wine lovers can all breathe a huge le sigh of relief; Chateau Miraval, the separated couple’s Provencal wine estate, will not be sold after all. As reported by Drinks Business, Marc Perrin, owner and winemaker at Miraval states “The rumours about the sale of the domaine are false. It is an investment for the family and the children. They are involved in all aspects of running the estate.”

In fact, the latest vintage of the rosé, [composed of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, and Rolle] will be released with all three names, Pitt, Jolie, and Perrin, stated on the label. The estate also produces two white cuvées, as well as a newly released extra virgin olive oil, produced from “a blend of olives grown at the estate and organic olives grown on similar, high quality terroirs,” states Drinks Business.

For those unfamiliar with the winery, Brad and Angie purchased the 500 hectare estate just six years ago; three years later, the couple exchanged wedding vows at their very own Provencal property. Their recent split caused speculation the estate would be sold, but alas, we’ll have to dream of buying another famous rosé estate instead.

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