Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly planning to release their own wine.
The Hollywood A-listers own an estate with vineyards in France and have decided to put it to good use and start producing wine, reports People.
The stars will apparently be releasing a vintage pink rose in America in March, which will bear the name of the estate - Miraval - and will be labelled 'Bottled by Jolie-Pitt and Perrin', referring to French winegrower Marc Perrin.
A line of organic wines is expected to follow.
Brad, 49, and Angelina, 37 - who have six children together - have recently been branching out with new ventures.
Earlier this month it was reported that they are learning Mandarin. The engaged pair are said to have signed themselves and their brood up for lessons, as well as Angie's actor dad Jon Voight.
A source told The Sun: "Brad and Angelina want their children to be international and reckon China will soon be the most powerful country in the world and it's also the world's largest culture and one of the oldest."