These Celebrities All Make Rosé Wine You Can Buy Now

Looks like Brad and Angelina have some competition.

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 05: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt attend the premiere of "By the Sea" at the 2015 AFI Fest at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres on November 5, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

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If you’ve spent the last few summers choosing rosé based on labels, we have another way for you to pick the perfect pink wine: your favorite celebrity. Famous folks are getting into the rosé business, which is bigger than it’s ever been. If you’re on the lookout for a new summer wine, keep an eye out for these bottles on shelves this season.

By now, there’s a good chance you’ve heard the hype associated with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s famous rosé. The first 6,000-bottle release sold out within five hours, they married at the Miraval vineyard in 2014 and then threw the fate of the whole operation into question when Jolie filed for divorce in 2016. For now, the couple is still producing wine together and released more bottles to the US earlier this year. Thankfully, it looks like there’s nothing to worry about. The couple told People magazine that the Miraval Estate is an investment for their children. Here’s hoping for future generations of Jolie-Pitt wine lovers.

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Singer Jon Bon Jovi’s label, Diving into Hampton Water is producing one of the newest celeb-backed rosés on the US market and its creation was a family affair. Like others in the Hamptons, rosé was a staple for Bon Jovi and he affectionately dubbed it "pink juice." That is, until his son Jesse (along with a friend) came up with a new name for the beverage: Hampton Water. The name sparked an idea that turned into the family’s latest venture.

Drew Barrymore knows how to savor the sweet moments in life and her latest rosé is meant for just that. "Irresistibly refreshing, our rosé reminds me of times spent with friends and family gathered around the long table, sharing food and laughter on an endless summer day," said Barrymore. It’s perfect for entertaining with party food like burgers, sushi and anything with a little spice.

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Bachelor fans will be happy to know that Lauren Bushnell is still doing just fine after her split with Ben Higgins, thankyouverymuch. So fine, in fact, that she’s partnered with five friends to produce a refreshing rosé perfect for sipping while you chat about how much you can’t wait for America’s newest bachelorette, Becca, to make Bachelor Nation’s latest enemy wish he never let her go in the first place.

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