Charles Dupuy

The Dupuy vineyards are located in Verdigny in the Loire Valley in northern France. The plots are mainly located in Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé and Touraine. The great motivation and passion of the wine company is the Sauvignon Blanc grape, which is used to make a wine that is as pure and authentic as possible using the most advanced techniques. The company now also makes very nice wines with Chenin Blanc and Pinot Noir.

The estate and wine empire have been owned by Miguela and Joost Willebois since 2004. Dutchman Joost Willebois has French roots, his French ancestors had the name Villebois, which later became Willebois. When Miguela and Joost bought a wine estate in Verdigny in 2004, they named it Villebois.

Their wines under the name Charles Dupuy are a homage to Charles Etienne Dupuy, who donated his 80 hectares of land to the then wine estate in 1920.