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In 1967, Jacques Seysses created Domaine Dujac out of a somewhat rundown Domaine Graillet in Morey-St Denis, which he rather quickly turned around with his showstopping debut 1969 vintage. In every sense, this vineyard is family run by Jacques, his wife Rosalind and their sons. Having come from California to work the harvest, Rosalind combines ‘New World’ innovation learnt on her family’s estate in Napa with the old Burgundian tradition at Dujac. This enormously talented family have made the domaine one of the most admired in the world, where the estate has grown from 5 hectares when initially purchased by Jacques to today’s estimate of around 17, including the 7 plots of Grand Crus. The entire estate has been running organically since 2008, earning certification in 2011.
Domaine Dujac, Clos de la Roche 1983
Grand Cru, Côte de Nuits
Corroded capsules. Three damaged capsules. Loose capsules, removed to confirm vineyard and vintage. Three damaged and detached labels. Five bottles with remains of labels only. One bin-soiled and slightly damaged label. Levels: three 1cm, three 1.5cm, two 2cm and one 3cm
9 bottles per lot

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