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Chablis Cote de Lechet 1er Cru '350' Domaine Vincent Dampt 2016

Chablis Cote de Lechet 1er Cru '350' Domaine Vincent Dampt 2016
Chablis Cote de Lechet 1er Cru '350' Domaine Vincent Dampt 2016

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Chablis Cote de Lechet 1er Cru '350' Domaine Vincent Dampt 2016

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 and decided to follow the family tradition when he was just 14 by enrolling himself in wine school in Beaune. He spent some time training in the Jura wine region and with Olivier Leflaive in Puligny–Montrachet before heading overseas to New Zealand’s Marlborough region, an experience which gave him an entirely different perspective and broadened his approach to winemaking. In 2002 Vincent began working with his father as winemaker, and in 2004 inherited a few small plots of vineyards, enabling him to create his own estate and make wines under his own name.

" The fruit of the best vines of the cru - this vineyard was planted in 1964 by Vincent’s grandfather - this is a blend of two 350 litre barrels of different origins. According to Vincent, this low-yielding year seems to have amplified site-specific characters, and this wine feels like Léchet through a magnifying glass, its hallmarks brought into precise focus: the characteristic tang of dark minerals and mayblossom, rich fruit yet taut and absolutely precise; the creamy layers on the palate supported and lengthened by oak, that will integrate over time. Beautifully styled, a new classic."

  • Chardonnay
  • ABV 13.0%
  • Drink now / lay down
    2018 - 2025
  • Cork
  • Dry
  • Unknown

Region

Burgundy Wine

Burgundy’s wine industry complexity and tremendous diversity are the result of geological accident. Centuries ago, faulting tore the great valley apart, easing the passage of the nearby Saône River. 
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