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Jolie-Pitt Rare Miraval Rose Wine Available at Whole Foods Today

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When Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt released their Miraval Rose wine a few months ago, the 6,000 available bottles sold out within five hours.

Maybe it's because the wine, created in collaboration with the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel, is actually good. In a Vanity Fair article, Joe Bastianich called the wine "legitimate" and "serious", with "rose petals and confectionary sugar" notes.

Maybe it's because we want some of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's beauty to rub off on us.

Either way, the wine is available today at all Whole Foods Markets throughout south Florida. According to the high-end market chain, the wine will be priced at $24.99 and will be available in very limited quantities.

It's suggested that you call your store ahead of time -- mostly because the truck might still be in route. At $24.99, we're stocking up -- because we all need to see the world through Rose colored (wine) glasses!

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