Jean DURUP Père et FilsCHABLIS

The history

As far back as we can recall there has always been a member of the Durup family growing vines in Chablis! The Durup family, vintners from father to son, runs vines in Chablis since centuries. Jean Durup has recreated the vineyard of Chateau de Maligny, which was managed by his great grandfather Paul Gally in the 19th century. He inherited only 2 hectares from his father in 1968 and now owns 206!


Jean-Paul Durup has worked alongside Jean for the last fifteen years. “Our village is the basis of our roots, of our entire family. We only make Chablis, on an estate allowing us to produce up to 13 different products each year – wines adapted to every palate. They say that wine resembles its producer, I think that this is the case; it’s a neat, frank and straight forward wine”.

A spirit of innovation

Jean-Paul bought 5 extra ha of vines in June 2016, Pinot noir and Chardonnay, in order to produce Crémant de Bourgogne

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Famille Durup


206 hectares


206 hectares

The family properties include the highest portion of steep and stony best-exposed slopes in Chablis, thereby recognized as premium “terroir” within Chablis – the kingdom of Chardonnay. The different Chablis wines commercialized under the "Château de Maligny", "l'Églantière", "La Paulière", "Les Valery" and "Durup"labels all come from the unique variety used in Chablis: Chardonnay.

Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premiers Crus (Fourchaume, L’homme Mort, Vau de Vey, Montée de Tonnerre, Montmain)

Jean DURUP Père et fils
Contacts : Jean et Jean-Paul DURUP
4, grande rue - 89800 Maligny
Phone : 33 (0)3 86 47 44 49
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