Last year, a major Hollywood power couple's first vintage of French rosé sold out in five hours and landed them on Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines — No. 84 — and the only rosé to make the list.
Well, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have done it again. The 2013 Jolie-Pitt & Perrin Cotes de Provence Rosé Miraval — Brangelina rosé — went on sale earlier this month and promptly sold out.
There are rumors that the wine will be available for $20 in select wine shops later this month, but at press time, we were unable to confirm.
According to Spectator, the Miraval bottling, made with the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel, is pretty much the most anticipated release of a rosé ever. The wine is a blend of cinsault, grenache, syrah and white grape rolle (vermentino). Last year, Perrin & Fils general manager Marc Perrin told Spectator that Pitt and Jolie participated in the blending sessions for the first wine and helped design the label and bottle.
The château, which sits on 1,000 acres, is where Pink Floyd recorded the famed rock opera “The Wall” in 1979. Pitt and Jolie purchased the 35-room estate for an estimated $60 million in 2012.