The history of Dubois winegrowers begins around 1600 with the birth of Emiland Dubois, the first ancestor and winegrower to be found in official records.

More recently, Louis Dubois (1874 - 1947) took over his first plot of vines in 1898, then developed the estate with 2 hectares of vines in the village of Premeaux-Prissey and Nuits-Saint-Georges.

His son, Robert (1910 – 2004), devoted his life to the estate’s vines, and further increased its size by acquiring his first Nuits Premier Cru plot in 1961.

Régis Dubois (born 1939), took up the reins with his wife Christiane, and extended the vineyard from 4 to 10 hectares, and then to 20 hectares.  He began to make the most of the wines by bottling the produce from 1969 onwards.

Since 2006, the vineyard has been managed by Raphaël and Béatrice Dubois.
Raphaël is in charge of marketing the wines and external public relations. Béatrice is an oenologist who is truly passionate about wine.  She divides her time between producing, analysing and monitoring the estate’s wines, and customer tastings all over the world, which have now replaced her vinification work in the southern hemisphere.