Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend a private reception (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)

If you’ve been following the ongoing Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt divorce, you’ll know that things have been contentious at best. In the latest battle, it appears that Jolie has sold the entirety of her share of wine label, Château Miraval, which she shares with ex-husband Brad Pitt, to Tenute del Mondo, the wine division of the Stoli Group. The company purchased fifty percent of the Château Miraval estate for undisclosed price, according to a press release revealed on Tuesday.

“We have long admired Miraval’s exceptional wines and brand. We are truly honored to do our part to uphold the integrity and commitment, as well as invest the time and passion, evidenced in both the Chateau and the Miraval brand,” global CEO of Stoli Group, Damian McKinney said.

Located in the south of France, Jolie and Pitt purchased their shares in Château Miraval in 2008, and where they later got married in 2014, with the Château known for it’s famous Miraval rosé. Last month, in a divorce legal battle, Jolie was cleared to sell her share of the company. But this didn’t come so easily, as Pitt reportedly tried to convince a California court that his company, Mondo Bongo, had full rights to a majority of the estate. Which is accurate, seeing as Mondo Bongo initially shared a 60-40 split with Jolie.

But Pitt’s legal team’s argument is inaccurate, as of 2013, Mondo Bongo and Jolie’s company, Nouvel, partnered with a 50-50 split in shares when Mondo Bongo transferred shares to Nouvel. Pitt’s team argued that the transfer of shares was undervalued, and therefore should be voided as a valid reason for Jolie to sell her portion.

The couple continues their divorce battle, mainly in a custody struggle over their six children, Maddox, 20, Pax, 17, Zahara, 16, Shiloh, 15 and twins Vivienne and Knox, 13. Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in 2016, and since then, their legal battles have been making headlines everywhere.