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Usually when a celebrity home goes on the market, we ogle the home decor, private movie theaters and swimming pools. Such was the case with Emma Stone’s beautiful traditional Beverly Hills, California, home—except there was one minor detail that really caught our eye.

Tucked in the corner of the 30-year-old Oscar winner’s expansive kitchen, among the Wolf appliances, deep sinks and Miele cappuccino maker, we spied an assortment of beverages. At first it seemed there was nothing out of the norm…until we saw a familiar bottle of wine.

Emma Stone kitchen with wine
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Right there with the Aqua di Panna, iced tea and (probably) expensive bottles of vino is a Trader Joe’s bottle that this editor knows from personal experience costs $4.99. You see that bottle of rosé to the middle left? Yep, that’s La Vielle Ferme.

It’s a pale pink easy-to-drink rosé that’s fresh and fruity. It’s made by the producers of the higher-end Château de Beaucastel and Miraval in the Southern Rhône Valley of France. La Vielle Ferme is regarded as one of the best wine values, and it’s great with appetizers, salads, grilled meats and basically anything you’d eat in the summer.

We imagine Stone and her bestie Jennifer Lawrence gabbing about their new fiances while sitting at the kitchen island enjoying some ice-cold glasses of the pink stuff. How could you not?

Emma Stone s Kitchen
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Come to think of it, could Stone’s husband-to-be possibly be the reason she’s selling the four-bedroom, five-bathroom $4 million home with the help of Stacy White at Compass?

We can’t be sure about her reasons for selling (or even if she’s 100 percent engaged), but we know one thing for sure: Girl has good taste in wine.

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