The wine estate, based in Morey-Saint-Denis, was founded by Jacques Seysses, the son of a wealthy biscuit manufacturer, in 1968. After travelling to Burgundy at the age of 25 to start a career in wine, Seysses worked alongside Burgundy legend Gérard Potel, owner of Domaine de la Pousse d’Or. One year later, Seysses bought his own property – a five-hectare estate called Domaine Graillet – which he renamed Domaine Dujac (a play on his own name – the house of Jac).
Domaine Dujac is one of Burgundy’s most famous wine estates. It crafts red Burgundies with a distinct style, from a fantastic array of vineyard plots, including seven Grands Crus.
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