Dima and Misha go over borders. And find themselves on the vineyard Romanée-Conti, right next to La Tâche. The local villagers say that this patch of land once was a matter of heated dispute between Prince Conti and Madame de Pompadour. In any case, they had something to fight over. On a tiny plot of 1,8 ha the grandious and most perfect Great Wine in Burgundy – of the same name, Romanée-Conti – is made, known to all the connoisseurs in the world. Misha is enamoured with the horse called Mickey that pulls the plough on the most highly-priced vineyard in the world. Mickey knows its business and knows it's part of a family. Romanée-Conti is a monopoly of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. We'll get to know an unbelievable story of domaine's development and the relationship between its current owners Aubert de Villaine and Lalou Bize-Leroy.