The history of Dubois winegrowers began in the 15th century with the birth of Emiland Dubois, who was the first ancestor and winegrower to be found in official records. Since then, the number of vines have grown in relation to the increasing operational land. The white grapes are harvested by hand or by machine then placed in young barrels. Red wine grapes are picked mainly by hand. They spend 15 to 18 months in the cellar, with 9 to 13 months in young barrels. To maintain maximum wine complexity, Dubois vintners pay close attention to the position of the moon in order to choose the day of bottling.


Bourgogne Aligoté

Aligoté is a traditional Burgundy varietal grown in hilly terroir. This dry white wine has perfumes of green apple and lemon. There is a good balance between fruit and acidity, giving this wine a soft long finish.

Coteaux Bourguignons (Blanc)

The Chardonnay varietal in this wine is grown in clayey and chalky soil, which gives the wine a nice minerality. The vines of Chardonnay are at least 20 years old. Coteaux Bourguignons wines have the softness of Chardonnay combined with a strong and elegant structure due to the ageing in new oak barrels. The wine tastes fresh with aromas of acidulous fruit.


Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Beaune “Le MontBatois” (Blanc)

Chardonnay grapes grown in clayey and chalky soil give this wine its traditional character. Due to its ageing in barrels, this wine has solid structure and balance. Its aroma begins with citrus fruit, develops a touch of honey, and finishes with the scent of new barrels.

Bourgogne Hautes - Cotes de Nuits (Blanc)

All great Burgundy white wine varietals stem from Chardonnay. The vineyards for this particular wine are 10 years old. This wine has an innate firmness that is tempered by the softness of Chardonnay. Its structure is elegant and strong post-ageing in new oak barrels. The nose begins with citrus fruit and apples, which evolves into honey and toasted nuts.

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Cotes de Nuits Villages “Les Monts de Boncourt” (Blanc)

This Chardonnay varietal wine spends a year maturing in 70% old oak barrels, 30% new to give them the necessary balance. It has young character which is embodied by its nose of exotic fruits, peach, and toasted nuts. There is a balance between the acidity and rich structure and a long finish is enhanced by a burst of honey and mint.

Bourgogne Passe-tout-grains

This dry red wine is a blend of 1/3 Pinot Noir and 2/3 Gamay. It spends 15 months in cellar before bottling, 2 to 6 of which are in oak barrels. There is a fresh fruity aroma on this tannin-light, soft wine.


Coteaux Bourguignons (Rouge)

A blend of 1/3 Pinot Noir and 2/3 Gamay helps give this dry wine great character. After manual harvesting of the grapes, the wine is placed in oak barrels for 2 to 6 months. The nose on this wine is fruity and fresh. The tannins are soft yet the wine has a good sharpness.

Bourgogne Rouge Pinot Noir “Issu de Vieilles Vignes”

The Pinot Noir in this wine is grown on vines that are over 40 years old. Before being bottled, this wine stays in the cellar for 12 to 15 months, spending 2 to 6 months in oak barrels for maturation. It has a deep color as a young wine, but becomes ruby red and orange after a few years in bottle. It offers an impressive range of flavors and has a good tannin structure, making it full of power with great balance.


Bourgogne Hautes - Cotes de Nuits (Rouge)

This classic Pinot Noir Burgundy comes from vines that are less than 30 years old. It spends 2 to 6 months in oak barrels for maturing before bottling. This wine is especially expressive of the terroir of Haute Côtes de Nuits with a complex bouquet of flowers and red fruits. As a young wine, the fruit aromas are well balanced. It will develop and become richer after time in the cellar.

Savigny les Beaune

A combination of 7 and 40 year old Pinot Noir vines build this complex Burgundy. It spends 6 to 9 months in oak barrels, with 3 of those in new barrels to enhance its tannins. The flavor of this Savigny Les Beaune is elegant with cherry, blackcurrant, and raspberry flavors evolving into earthy strawberry. This is a soft red wine with a light structure and low tannins.


Beaune “Blanche Fleur”

The Pinot Noir grapes for this wine come from 40 year old vineyards. It is aged on oak for 6 to 9 months. Wines produced in this territory are tannic and powerful, with berry flavors and complex aromas.

Volnay “Les Paux Bois”

Volnay is a small commune in the Burgundy region of France. The Pinot Noir varietal in this wine come from 40 year old vineyards. The grapes are harvested manually and after fermentation, the wine spends a year on oak. Volnay is a light, elegant wine with a delicate bouquet of red berries and violet. With age, its aromas deepen and are remnant of spices, cooked prunes, and game.

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Cotes de Nuits Villages (Rouge)

Pinot Noir grapes from different vineyards, all about 40 years old, contribute to this Burgundy. After oaking, this wine takes on flavors of ripe red fruit and hints of licorice. It is characterized by a nice bouquet and a soft, well-defined palate.

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Nuits Saint Georges

These Pinot Noir grapes come from 30 year old vines and spend 6 to 9 months on oak to give this wine its necessary tannins. This Burgundy has a deep, dark color with a powerful and complex aroma of cherries, blackcurrant, and spices. This harmonious tannin wine is full-bodied and can be aged up to 25 years for full flavor.


Vosne Romanee “Les Chalandins”

This elegant Burgundy made from old vines has an elegant stability. It has a dominate softness that is supported by discrete tannins and little acidity. The Vosne Romanee is full-bodied, long-lasting, and has the flavors of cherry, strawberry, and underbrush.

Chambolle Musigny “Les Combottes”

45 year old Pinot Noir vines grown in clayey and chalky soil give this delicate wine its characteristic flavors. It is oaked to develop fine and soft tannins. The aromas are light and have notes of raspberry, strawberry, candied violets, and undergrowth.


Savigny 1er Cru “Les Narbantons”

Harvesting of these 45 year old vines is done manually and then the wine is oaked for 9 to 12 months. The Savigny has a beautiful intensity, most notably marked with its elegant bouquet of blackcurrent and raspberry, evolving towards strawberry and undergrowth years after bottling.

Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru “Les Porêts Saint Georges”

The Nuits Saint George is a small-production vintage. The wine spends a year in oak barrels, 1/3 new and 2/3 old. When this wine is young, it displays a range of aromas from fresh fruit to licorice. After a few years, it reveals more finesse with roasted coffee and caramel flavors that are emphasized by fresh leather notes.


Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru “Clos des Argillières”

With about 2,500 bottles per year, this old vine wine is crafted to perfection. After 15 months in cellar before bottling, this oaked wine has scents of red fruit (cherry, blackcurrant, and raspberry) that evolve with a hint of licorice, undergrowth, and toasted notes. It upholds its robust body after ageing, presenting an aroma of violets.

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Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru

New and old vine Pinot Noir varietals blend together for this Grand Cru. Clos Vougeot is a harmonious and elegant wine with an intense and complex bouquet of red and black fruit, undergrowth, and violet. It has a robust flavor with soft tannins, a discreet acidity, and a long finish.


Cremant de Bourgogne

This wine is a Blanc de Blanc with 85% Chardonnay and 15% Aligoté. The Chardonnay gives it a lingering finish and the Aligoté provides freshness. This extra dry  wine has fine bubbles and the aroma of citrus fruits, flowers, and minerals. The acidity provides a good balance between the powerful bouquet and lightness of the wine.