Chablis Domaine Sébastien Dampt 2018
Sébastiens village Chablis comes from several parcels some over 45 years old, fermented in stainless steel. Very impressive with crisp red apples, yeasty bready notes with a chalky backbone and nice citrus acidity.
Having worked with his father and brother at Domaine Danieil Dampt, Sébastien set out on his own in 2007. With 7 hectares of vines, a spanking new winery nestling amongst the vines of the two Premier crus of Vaillons and Côte de Léchet and a huge amount of dedication these wines are impressive.
The Village Chablis comes from several parcels some over 45 years old and is fermented and aged in stainless steel with 8-10 months on its lees. Very impressive with crisp red apples, yeasty bready notes with a chalky backbone and nice citrus acidity. Drinking beautifully but don’t forget good Chablis ages really well, not just 1er or Grand Cru, a year or two in the cellar really repays.
|Colour / Type||White|
|Bottle Size||Bottle (75cl)|
|Maturity||Drinking now but will age well too|
|Style||Crisp, Dry, Elegant|