Production is now in the hands of Gérard Duplessis’ son Lilian. Wines are allowed to mature for as long as it takes before being put on the market.
Though the wines are bottled after a second winter, they are often not released until the Duplessis team feel that they are ready to start being drunk. Their wines do show both the hallmarks of classical Chablis and good differentiation between vineyards. They are classical, tightly knit, mineral examples of Chablis. The domaine has vines in Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos as well as premier crus Fourchaume, Vaillons, Montée de Tonnerre and Montmains.