In 1902 Marie Poisot inherite’s half the Maison Louis Latour vineyard holdings after her father Louis Latour passed away – the other half was given to her brother Louis Latour who continued Maison Louis Latour.
Marie Poisot’s share included a 0,75 ha plot in the southwest part of Romanee-Saint-Vivant – eight feet from Romanee-Conti. Marie’s vineyards were shared between her six children. The son Pierre Poisot was head of cultivation at the Maison Louis Latour, until 1937.
Pierre Poisots plots were farmed under rental or sharecropping agreements, by Maison Louis Latour, Henri Poisot and Michel Voarick, but were taken back in 1986 by Maurice Poisot. In June 2010 Remi Poisot, the third child of Maurice Poisot and Marie Louise Piguet, took over the cultivation of the vineyards.