Domaine Dauvissat is a family estate which is among the most emblematic estates of Chablis. The Dauvissat estate has a remarkable terroir and produces some of the greatest white wines from Burgundy. Four generations have seen the estate grow and develop, and Vincent Dauvissat decided to take over in 1989, followed by Ghislain and Etiennette in 2013. The grape varieties of the estate are Chardonnay (for the white wines) and Pinot noir (for the Irancy red wine). The Vincent Dauvissat estate covers a dozen hectares as well as the four local appellations of Burgundy: Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru (6 ha) and Chablis Grand Cru (2.7ha).