In 2008, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took possession of the Chateau Miraval winery, which is now entangled in a legal struggle.

Angelina Jolie won a winery dispute with ex-husband Brad Pitt. Angelina sold her 50% stake to Russian Oligarch Yuri Shefler, who owns Stolichnaya vodka (also known as Stoli).

Brad Pitt sued the Lara Croft: Tom Raider actor, alleging he had no idea she was selling the film and that he was unaware she was doing it in many nations.

Earlier today, according to Page Six, a subpoena was served on Brad's company Mondo Bongo and his business manager by Angelina Jolie's legal team.

Brad's legal team had the courts to block Angelina and her team's request for any correspondence or paperwork. A judge in Los Angeles has now said that Brad and his partners must hand over all records to Angelina's team.

However, the judge stated that even if Brad and his legal team wanted to appeal, the process had to begin immediately and everything had to be handed over.

The winery, noted for its world-class rosé, was purchased by the couple in 2008 for $28.4 million. In 2014, in front of their children Maddox, 21, Zahara, 17, Pax, 18, Shiloh, 16, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 14, they married on the sprawling estate.

After selling her half of the company, Brad claimed that his Oscar-winning ex had "inflicted harm" on him, according to paperwork he obtained. Moreover, the winery has now been valued at $167M.

A source of friction in the couple's ongoing breakup since 2016, the winery has been a source of difficulty. Although they were married in 2015, the couple first began dating around 2005.