In 2009, the Bonnes Mares and the Charmes Chambertin wines stood out, thanks to their finesse and smooth texture, worthy of real Grands Crus. For its 2014 vintage, the Clos de la Roche, a velvety wine, quite deep, got the remarkable mark of 18.5/20 in the Revue des Vins de France. The 2015 vintage of Clos Saint Denis and Echezeaux are renowned. Indeed, the latter is full of spicy, elegant flavours, with fine tannins. All of this makes it a very intense wine. The Domaine Dujac estate also produces three 1er cru: Morey Saint Denis, Gevrey Chambertin premier cru les Combottes and Vosne Romanée premier cru Malconsorts, as well as Morey Saint Denis Village. For white wines, there are two 1er crus: Puligny Montrachet premier cru Folatières and Morey Saint Denis premier cru Monts Luisants.