Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are to release their first wine together: Miraval, an organic rosé made on the couple's 1,000-acre estate in Provence. The wine is named after Chateau Miraval, Pitt and Jolie's mansion in Correns. It was previously known as Pink Floyd, since the group recorded part of its 1979 album The Wall on the estate.
The wine, described as "intensely floral", comes in a bottle co-designed by Pitt and Jolie and will bear a label reading "Bottled by Jolie-Pitt and Perrin" - Perrin being Marc Perrin, a respected local wine producer with whom Jolie and Pitt will share profits.
"We are intimately involved and quite enthused over the wine project with our friends the Perrin family," Pitt said. Pitt and Jolie are said to have attended the wine's "blending sessions" personally.
It's not known how much Miraval will sell for, although Pink Floyd used to retail for around £14 a bottle and was described as carrying strong red berry and mineral flavours.
Pitt and Jolie are by no means the first celebs to try their hands as viticulturists. Here's the top five superstar wines we'd like to try…
The Australian hard-rockers have sold tens of thousands of cases of their subtly named wines, made in New South Wales. Varieties include Back in Black Shiraz, Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon and You Shook Me All Night Long Moscato.
Tasting notes: Hells Bells Sauvignon Blanc has "oodles of vibrant, grassy tropical fruit".
2. Cliff Richard
The immortal singer knocks out the Vida Nova range of wines from his Algarve bolthole Quinta do Moinho. They're extremely popular with his fans, possibly because they come with the promise that Cliff often treads the grapes himself, but they've also won awards from critics.
Tasting notes: "Pretty harsh… I wouldn't buy it," said, er, Cliff himself of his own 2004 red, in a blind tasting on Channel 4's The F Word in 2006.