Domaine Philippe & Arnaud Dubreuil
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The estate was created by Paul Dubreuil in the late 1940s. In 1973, his son Philippe settled in the same village. The two estates merged in 1989 following the sudden death of Paul Dubreuil. In 2000, the third generation came to work on the family-estate. Arnaud Dubreuil officially took over in 2010 expending the estate from 10 to 12.5 hectares. Beside Savigny-Lès-Beaune, the domain produces some Chorey les Beaune, some Aloxe Corton and some Corton Grand Cru Blanc.

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About Savigny-lès-Beaune

The Savigny-Lès-Beaune appellation covers 356 ha including 138 ha in Premier Cru. 310 ha are planted with Pinot noir and only 46 with Chardonnay. Maximum yields for reds are 40 Hl/ha whereas this is 45 Hl/Ha for the whites.

The Premier Cru climats are : Les Charnières, Les Talmettes, Les Vergelesses, Les Bataillière, Basses Vergelesses, Aux Fourneaux, Champ Chevrey, Les Lavières, Aux Gravains, Petits Godeaux, Aux Serpentières, Aux Clous, Aux Guettes, Les Rouvrettes, Les Narbantons, Les Peuillets, Les Marconnets, La Dominode, Les Jarrons, Les Hauts Jarrons, Redrescul, Les Hauts Marconnets.

How I started with Arnaud Dubreuil
As always this is a question of people and question of people and timing.

As for the people, I have been introduced to Arnaud by a mutual friend (Florent Leroux). It happens that Arnaud is a far away cousin from an old friend.

As for the timing, until very recently, 100% of the wines made by the domaine were sold to individuals but Arnaud was really interested in exporting his wines as well. We started early 2021 by exporting his wines to HK and to the USA.
Thibault Poisson