Domaine Dujac

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About This Vineyard

In 1967, Jacques Seysses seized the opportunity to purchase the Domaine Graillet and renamed it Domaine Dujac. Trying to blend what he admired in traditional winemaking with modern techniques, Jacques went on to refine a style of his own. Although the first vintage made at Dujac (1968) is the worst known in the last forty years, the following vintage more than made up for this difficult start (1969 remains one of the most superb vintages made at Dujac).

The Domaine Dujac wines did not go unnoticed long. In 1974, they were discovered by Gault & Millau. Thanks to favorable press and his father’s connections in the world of gastronomy, Dujac wines were soon to be found in prestigious restaurants throughout France. Today a new challenge awaits Dujac: the transition from one generation to the next. Jacques is now assisted by his son Jeremy, who takes part in all the vinifications as well as Diana Seysses, Jeremy’s wife. Diana, a Davis graduate in Oenology, has taken over cellar management. The latest to arrive, Alec Seysses, is slowly taking on his father’s administrative duties. Jacques is carefully putting a promising future in place with the same patience and vision which he has used to make his wines. 


7, Rue De La Bussière
Morey Saint Denis

33 380 340 100