Pitt to serve own wine at wedding

Pitt to serve own wine at wedding

Brad Pitt will serve wine from his own estate at his upcoming wedding.

The actor and fiancee Angelina Jolie are set to tie the knot at their Miraval estate in France and Brad chose the wine for the reception, including their own product Pink Floyd, which was grown on the property.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Guests shouldn’t be disappointed in his taste.

“He’s always had a keen interest in wine and after doing his wine steward’s course earlier this year, he’s pretty much a certified expert.

“Pink Floyd is one of their own wines from their Miraval estate.

“Brad’s cellar boasts some incredibly rare wines and rivals those of some of the best connoisseurs in Europe.”

It was recently claimed that Angelina has invited her ex-husbands Jonny Lee Miller and Billy Bob Thornton to the wedding.

A source said: "Angelina has remained close to both Jonny and Billy so they'd certainly be invited."

While Brad doesn’t seem to have any objections to the guestlist, sources say he has been having a “nightmare” with making sure the estate is ready in time for the nuptials in a few weeks.

A source explained: "Brad has been doing most of the wedding planning and has been having a nightmare with refurbishments at the chateau. Angelina has left it pretty much up to him and the kids who are really excited."

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