Dujac: the house that Jacques built

Surrounded by Burgundy’s elite, the owners of Domaine Dujac are keeping their feet on the ground and producing top-class, yet affordable, wines

10th June, 2018
Alec and Paul Seysses of Domaine Dujac: ‘We want to make this a business to last for the family and the next generation’ Pic; Maura Hickey

Domaine Dujac is one of the most revered and admired wineries in Burgundy. It is a tiny jewel among Burgundy’s elite superstars, sitting among names such as Domaine Romanée-Conti, Armand Rousseau and Domaine Leflaive.

Domaine Dujac farms almost 11.5 hectares of vineyard holdings in and around the tiny village of Morey-St-Denis. To put that in context, Concha Y Toro Winery farms 8,720 hectares of vines in Chile. We should not, however,...

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