After a breakup, the last thing you probably want to do is spend every passing weekday with your ex. But that’s exactly what Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are doing just six months after their shocking divorce announcement. Hollywood’s former power couple is back in business, but this time it has nothing to do with the big screen; the two, who own the $60 million Chateau Miraval in France, have been producing their very own award-winning rosé since 2013 and now plan on expanding their agricultural product line to include olive oil.
The new extra-virgin olive oil, developed in partnership with the famed Perrin family, is made from seven types of olives grown directly from the Jolie-Pitt French estate, and it’s been available in France since early this month. (The gourmet product has yet to be available in the US, with a limited release of 10,000 bottles.)
And if you’re wondering why Angie and Brad are working on this joint project post-divorce, it’s simply because the business is “an investment for their family and their children,” vinter Charles Perrin said. “We have long-term projects and have just released the latest vintage of rosé with our names: ‘bottled by Pitt, Jolie and Perrin’ on it.”
If that’s the closest we can get to the two reuniting, we’ll take it.