The domaine's wine were 100% whole-cluster pressed and fermented in 100% new oak barrels. When he ceded control to his sons in 1999, the style was changed significantly; some clusters are now destemmed, and the use of new oak can be as little as 25% de
Domaine Dujac is a Burgundy wine producer run by the Seysses family. The founder, Jacques Seysses, is still involved in its operation.His sons, Jeremy and Alec, and Jeremy's wife Diana have run the domaine for the past several vintages. Jacques founded the domaine in 1967, and the first release was 1969. Up until 1999, all the wines from the domaine were whole cluster pressed, with all new oak barrels used. The original holdings were 4.5 hectares (11 acres) in Morey-Saint-Denis. Jacques later purchased plots in Échezeaux, Bonnes Mares Chambertin, Romanée St. Vivant and Vosné-Romanée 1er Cru Malconsorts.The Dujacs have purchased approximately 1.95 hectares (4.8 acres) in 6 parcels in Clos de la Roche, with an overall average age of 45–50 years. Additionally, they have 1.45 hectares (3.6 acres) in 2 parcels in Clos Saint-Denis, with an average age of 45–50 years.