Jean-Baptiste and Benoit Bachelet are now the primary wine-makers at the family domaine, Jean-Claude Bachelet, which has been making wine since the early 17th century. All of the vineyards are estate owned and and they produce wines from some of the top sites in Saint-Aubin, Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet. The domaine is based in the village of Gamay and is composed of 9 hectares, producing half red and half white. 47% of the vineyards are in Chassagne-Montrachet including whites from 1er Cru les Macherelles, 1er Cru les Blanchots Dessus, les Encegnières, reds from 1er Cru la Boudriotte and Vieilles Vignes Rouge. 40% of the vineyards are in Saint-Aubin, whites: 1er Cru les Champlots, 1er Cru le Charmois, and red 1er Cru Derrière la Tour. From Puligny-Montrachet (the remaining 13% of their holdings), 1er Cru Sous le Puits and Grand Cru Bienvenues Bâtard Montrachet. Jean- Claude Bachelet has remained laregly unknown for two reasons really - Gamay is a small town tucked away in the hills of Saint-Aubin, and when Jean-Baptiste’s father was making wine he wouldn’t allow critics to visit the domaine.