Daniel Dampt Chablis
The supple and very round middle weight flavours possess an attractive texture before culminating in a saline-infused, pure and balanced finish. This is one of those wines that could easily be enjoyed now but should also reward a few years of cellar time if desired.
Resulting from a family of winegrowers dating back 150 years, the Daniel Dampt estate currently counts 30 hectares of vines in production, including 16 hectares of Chablis and 14 hectares of Chablis Ier Cru (Vaillons, Fourchaume, Cote de Lechet, Les Lys and Beauroy). The recently constructed cellar is equipped with stainless steel tanks. The purchase of modern, powerful cellar equipment has enabled the group to increase its production of bottles, which now stands at 150000 bottles per year. All of Daniel Dampt’s wines are produced and bottled by the domaine. This means all his wines are made from grapes grown in his own vine yards, which is a crucial factor in the personnality and quality of the wines.