Domaine Vincent Dampt Petit Chablis 2021 (Burgundy, France)

Domaine Vincent Dampt Petit Chablis 2021
(Burgundy, France)


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About the Domaine:
The Dampt family has a long tradition of winemakers, in fact both Vincent’s father, Daniel Dampt, and grandfather, Jean Defaix, own highly-regarded estates in Chablis. Vincent grew up in the world of wine trained in the Jura and with Leflaive in Puligny–Montrachet before inheriting a few small plots of vineyards, enabling him to create his own estate. This is one of the up and coming young leaders of the new generation of Chablis.

About this Wine:

GRAPE VARIETIES: 100% Chardonnay

FARMING PRACTICES: Sustainable • No herbicides or pesticides used • Minimal ploughing of the soil • Hand-harvested in small crates

TERROIR // SOIL TYPE // VINE AGE: From 2 parcels • 70% from a parcel in the village of Fyé, about 2km behind Grand Cru Les Clos • 30% from a parcel just above 1er Cru Beauroy • Classic Portlandian limestone soil • Very rocky, with lots of stone • 40+ year old vines

WINEMAKING: Indigenous yeast • Fermented and aged in stainless steel

TASTING NOTES: Aromas of green apple and pear dominate on the nose with hints of dried herbs and wet stone. On the palate it is dry and crisp with plenty of minerality and citrus. A deliciously mineral Petit Chablis

  • 100% Chardonnay
  • From 2 parcels: 70% from the village of Fyé, about 2km behind Grand Cru Les Clos, 20% from just above 1er Cru Beauroy
  • 40+ year old vines
  • Classic Portlandian limestone – very rocky with lots of stones
  • Indigenous yeast
  • Fermented and aged in stainless steel

Ratings & Reviews

Allen Meadows' BurgHound: 
"This had just been bottled and the nose reflected the sulfur addition to the detriment of the fruit though it should be but a temporary problem. Otherwise, there is excellent freshness to the sleek, intense and nicely detailed middleweight flavors that offer very good persistence and depth. Moreover, there is so much underlying tension that it is already quite attractive even though it should be capable of repaying a few years of keeping." (Oct 2022)