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Brad Pitt to Serve 'Homemade Wine' at His Wedding

Brad Pitt to Serve 'Homemade Wine' at His Wedding

Brangelina will reportedly serve a wine made from their own French estate

Brad Pitt will serve a wine from his own estate at his wedding.

The whole world is buzzing about Brangelina's upcoming nuptuals, and we have a juicy (literally) piece of gossip about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wedding: the couple will supposedly serve their own "homemade" wine at the wedding. Say what now?

Because the couple is reportedly getting married at their Miraval estate in France, they plan to serve wines made on the property, including a bottle called "Pink Floyd." (The reason for the name? Pink Floyd recorded their famous album, "The Wall," at the estate long before Brangelina occupied it.) Said a source to The Sun newspaper, Pitt has "excellent taste" in wine. "Guests shouldn’t be disappointed in his taste...He’s always had a keen interest in wine and after doing his wine steward’s course earlier this year, he’s pretty much a certified expert," said the source.

Pitt also reportedly picked all seven wines to be served at the wedding, including some bordeaux, burgundy, champagne, and German wines. Who knew Pitt was such a wino?

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Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


Does Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wine taste any good?

B rad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are better known for their acting than their winemaking skills - but a bottle from their French vineyard has received such rave reviews that it is now being stocked in Marks & Spencer.

A limited amount of 2014 Miraval rosé, from the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in Provence (where they married last year) is being sold for £18 a bottle in selected M&S stores.

M iraval had a name for rose long before Brangelina bought the estate for an estimated $60million, but the couple's star power now means that the wine has a habit of selling out whenever it appears on shelves. When the first shipment of the 2012 vintage went on sale in the UK, all 900 bottles sold out over a weekend.

H ow much the Hollywood A-listers really have to do with their wine is unclear. What we do know is that they have brought in French winemaker Marc Perrin, from the Rhone estate of Chateau de Beaucastel, to oversee their wine production.

M &S describes the wine as an "intriguing pale pink rose with strawberry, white pear and floral aromas" and flavours of summer berry, wild herb and tangerine.

In this video, wine expert Charlie Stein from wine merchants The Vintner - and the son of Rick Stein, who stocks Miraval in his Padstow restaurant - assesses the wine to see if its quality matches its Hollywood price tag.


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