Twelfth and thirteenth generation winemakers Bernard Dugat-Py and his son Loïc oversee their 10 hectare family domaine based in Gevrey-Chambertin. The Dugat family can trace their winemaking history in Gevrey-Chambertin to the beginning of the 17th century, with traditions and knowledge being passed down over the following four centuries. In 1923 the foundations of the modern-day domaine were laid through the marriage of Fernand Dugat and Jeanne Bolnot. Throughout the following century the domaine began to improve and perfect its wines and won several awards, including the prize for best red Grand Cru for their Charmes-Chambertin in 1972. In 1994, the domaine attached the maiden name of Bernard’s wife Jocelyne (Py) to the domaine’s name. Just under a decade later, the domaine completely converted to organic viticulture and shortly began to plough their most prized plots by horse. Today, domaine Dugat-Py’s reputation for creating wines that are robust yet elegant continues to grow. The wines are famously long lived, with a concentrated style that is as equally stylish, often requiring a minimum of 6-8 years of ageing before tasting.

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