To produce the wine, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie put their faith in the expert hands of Marc Perrin and his family, owner and producer of the Chateau Beaucastel wine.
“That’s quite a handful of chateaux in Provence, eh?”
The wine is made from the grapes grown on the best plots of land the estate has. Of 400 hectares, 30 are completely occupied by vineyard. “Yeah this is a super sweet story, but is this wine actually good or did Brangelina pay you to plug their stuff?”
The first 6,000 bottles of this stuff were sold in France in just six hours. In Wine Spectator, one of the biggest magazines that focuses on the world of wine, the year 2012 earned 90 out of 100 points. That’s like, a really good score.
In the year 2013, according to Wine Spectator, the Miraval Rosé was declared the best rosé in the world.
The bottle has a very unique shape. And, if you’re suspecting that the Hollywood couple are megalomaniacs, you’d be incorrect on that: there’s no reference to their names on the bottle, besides subtly on the back label:
“bottled by Jolie-Pitt & Perrin”