Domaine Gruhier Dominique

The Abbaye du Petit Quincy was constructed in 1212 by Cistercian monks and is a welcoming place in a sumptuous setting. This estate found its vocation in winemaking with the arrival of the Gruhier family in 1990. Since then, the range has evolved under the influence of Dominique and is now recognized by professionals and amateurs alike as a reference in the Bourgogne winegrowing region, winning awards from the Guide Hachette, the Guide Gault et Millau, and the Revue des Vins de France, along with medals from Paris, Mâcon, and so on.

Domaine Gruhier Dominique Cave
Appellations produced
  • BOURGOGNE EPINEUIL (wine rosé)
  • BOURGOGNE TONNERRE (wine white)
  • CHABLIS (wine white)
  • CHABLIS 1ER CRU - Montée de Tonnerre (wine white)
  • CHABLIS GRAND CRU - Vaudésir (wine white)
  • CREMANT DE BOURGOGNE (wine rosé)
  • CREMANT DE BOURGOGNE (wine white)
  • PETIT CHABLIS (wine white)
Tourist label
Vignobles et découvertes
Environmental labels
Environmental certifications HVEAgriculture Biologique

How to go

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Domaine Gruhier Dominique
Abbaye du Petit Quincy - Rue du Clos de Quincy