At the end of the 19th century, at the instigation of Jean Pauvelot, the first, they will be 3 to succeed at the head of the Domaine Maldant Pauvelot: the agricultural activity turned every year more to the vine growing.
Jean Pauvelot, 2nd, was the first to sell wine into bottles, pulling in his trail a lot of his wine growers’ companions.
In the late 40’s, Hubert Maldant from the village of Ladoix, married the daughter of Jean Pauvelot, Madeleine, and brought into the Domaine some vines from Aloxe Corton and Ladoix.He built the winery and the cellar.
Jean Ernest Maldant, their son, developed the Domaine fame and the surface. The sale to the individual customers became so important that he built the wine tasting cellar.
Today, the Domaine is based on around 18 hectares. It is run by Jean Luc, son of Jean Ernest, eponym founder of the Domaine and trade mark, and Arnauld Jobard, partner. The domain settles down in the quality of its products, sold into many wine retailers and served on the most beautiful tables of France.