The first members of the Scottish noble Stutt family in France were members of a large army that came from Scotland in the fifteenth century to help the future king Charles VII of France during the Hundred Years War. After naturalization their name was gallicized to become d'Estutt or Destutt.
In 1586 François Stutt, married the Lady of Tracy.
At the end of the nineteenth century the vineyard was strictly organised by Jacques de Tracy. He was the first to bottle wine here and he sold the Château de Tracy wines in France and in Russia.
The vineyard then produced Pouilly Fume wine ...as well as "méthode champenoise" sparkling wines.
At the beginning of the 1950s Jacqueline de Tracy married the Comte Alain d'Assay. Together they restored the vineyard.
Control has now passed to the next generation who continue in the same spirit of excellence and quality that has always prevailed.