Wine producer from father to son since 1560, our estate is the largest private estate of Chablis with 207 hectares.
Far back in time, there was always a member of Durup family at Maligny which is our village, our roots.
Thanks to his father and his grandfather; Jean Durup, my father; has always heard about the best plots of Chablis, which were in production before the phylloxera and which were abandoned after.
He decided to buy these plots of lands at the end of the sixties. He only had 2 hectares under vine at this time.
Vineyards are located on not less than eleven of the twenty villages that counts Chablis appellations.
As a result, there is a very good representativity of the Chablis terroirs through our wines.
The vines are rooted one the steepest slopes, the hardest to work but the most qualitative one.
The land is clay-calcareous where the Chablisian minerality expression is at its best – as well for Petit Chablis, Chablis and Chablis Premier Cru – thanks to the Kimmeridgian and Portlandian subsoil.
We vinify our wine in a pure Chablisian tradition, in tank, without oak, to preserve this pure minerality.
Numerous 5-star hotels and Michelin-star restaurants in France and in the world have our wines on their list.
Tasters appreciate them for their freshness and for their intensity.

Jean-Paul Durup