Is Brad Pitt's New $390 Pink Wine Worth It

Perhaps. Charismatic, classy, and with a hint of sweetness, these blush-tinted bottles have the wine world abuzz
Would a ros by any other name taste just as sweet
Would a ros by any other name taste just as sweet

Award-winning actor and producer Brad Pitt is no stranger to the world of fine wines. Having first ventured into the world of pink wine in 2012 with Angelina Jolie, and backed by the success of Miraval in France, his latest bottled release&mdashFleur de Miraval&mdashis in full swing.

Champagne aficionado Rodolphe Peters and master winemaker Marc Perrin joined the viticultural ensemble to create the inaugural bottle of bubbly after five years of research. Produced from red grapes and raspberries, with a lingering salt finish, the rosé gets its slightly unique texture from Fleur&rsquos 75 per cent chardonnay and 25 per cent young pinot noir blend.

Aged on the lees for three years before bottling, the wine was created using the traditional saign&eacutee method.

With this limited first edition of the sparkling blend, Pitt has joined a long list of celebrities who have forayed into the wine business including the likes of Drew Barrymore, Post Malone, Jon Bon Jovi, and others. 

The champagne will retail at $390.

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