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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's rosé wine went on sale earlier today, but if you missed it, you've lucked out; a spokesperson for winemaker Marc Perrin has told AP that the first 6,000 bottles put on sale were sold out within five hours.
The rosé, from Brangelina's 1,000-acre estate Chateau Miraval in Correns, France, was created with Perrin, giving these 6,000 bottles labels that say "bottled by Jolie-Pitt and Perrin." But obviously, Jolie-Pitt's name is the draw.
According to Amazon notes, the rosé is a "beautiful light pink color. On the nose, fantastic bouquet with delicate aromas of white fruits, just-picked strawberries and floral notes. The mouth is complex with raspberry and wild strawberry notes, wild herbs, citrus, wet-stones flavors." Wines were sold for $139 for a six-bottle case, a relatively affordable buy.
Naturally, we're expecting some of these bottles of Miraval rosé (formerly named "Pink Floyd") to be on sale on eBay sometime soon, but probably not for much more. As we've previously reported, the Jolie-Pitt brand will be releasing about 150,000 bottles of rose on the market, along with red and white wines in the following year. So avid Mr. and Mrs. Smith fans still have a shot.