Anglina Jolie & Brad Pitt Purchase Eco-Friendly Winery


She's adopted a Tsunami orphan, has given money towards a Cambodian wildlife sanctuary and now Angelina Jolie is off to the south of France with Brad Pitt to take residence at Chateau Val Joanis. The 1,000 acre estate is home to one of the oldest vineyards in the world that is still operating and, what's even better is that it's an eco-friendly one. The wine from Chateau Val Joanis was once sipped by the Romans and the Chateau still features visible remains of the Roman Villa that once existed there. According to its website, the French estate has survived many revolutions and has not had a change in its boundary lines since 1575. Along with organic grapes, the property also boasts a sustainable vegetable and herb garden that "makes up the first terrace" in addition to an olive orchard and loads of flowers and fruit trees. The estate seems to be one-of-a-kind, and we concur with Ecorazzi that we hope the Jolie-Pitt family recognizes its beauty and continues to operate with the green values of its previous owners. Via ::Ecorazzi ::Chateau Val Joanis (photo credit)

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