Despite their divorce, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are not selling the Chateau in the south of France. In fact it made its first harvest of olive oil from the wine growers Perrin, who are managing the estate. Their property, which was the site of their marriage inn 2014 marketed a rose appellation Cotes de Provence, a quite costly wine in the US. The terraces have countless olive groves. “There are 12 hectares and now that they are 12 years old, we have extracted a 100% organic extra virgin olive oil,” said Charles Perrin, the winemaker. The production remains confidential, with only 10,000 bottles of 50 cl, on sale since this month. For this gourmet oil, whose commercial presentation says it is “suave, with notes of almond, hazelnut and artichoke barigoule” and packaged in a sandstone bottle for a better conservation, and black color for the chic , You have to pay 29 euros per half liter.