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The wine house "Les Frères Dubois & Fils" is located in the municipality of Cully on the shores of Lac Léman (Lake Geneva) in the Lavaux area of the Swiss canton of Vaud. Founded in 1966, the company is managed by Marcel Dubois and his son Christian. The vineyards cover ten hectares in the appellations or Grands Crus Calamin, Chardonne, Dézaley, Epesses and Saint-Saphorin. They are 80% Chasselas (Gutedel), the rest Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. From another ten hectares, grapes are purchased from contract winegrowers. The flagships of the house are the white wines made from Chasselas, "La Braise d'Enfer" (Embers of Hell), whose label is adorned with two devils carrying a grape, and "Dezaley Marsens". Another branch of the family runs the Dubois Fils winery (also Vaud).

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