Angelina Jolie and brad pitt will co-produce pink champagne. And let the fans exporussia not hurry to rejoice – the couple are not reconciled, and they do it just because they have a common company.
American actors Angelina Jolie and brad pitt, despite the scandalous divorce, continue to be business partners. The former spouses own the winery Château Miraval, writes DailyMail.
“Although pitt and Jolie have a lot of personal differences, they continue to operate as business associates and in a few months will release a new pink champagne, – said the source publication.
As before work together: brad pitt and Angelina Jolie, photo: dailymail
By the way, in Ukraine you can also buy a bottle of wine and champagne from the Hollywood celebrities. The cost of the drink varies from 600 to 5000 thousand.
Jolie and pitt acquired the castle and vineyard in France, in the Provence village of Correns in 2011, and then played a wedding there. After the breakup they did not sell the land, deciding that he would leave the estate to the six children.
Their past: brad and Angelina already did a pink wine, and the other is called Studio
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