Domaine Dampt is a star among the great names of Chablis. We love their wines because they offer both great finesse and exceptional value. From a high quality, low yield vintage, this Vieilles Vignes has brilliant citrus, mineral intensity. Long.
The Dampt brothers, Eric, Emmanuel and Hervé, are second generation winemakers with a mission to produce the finest Chablis of the appellation. The modern twist they lend to the classic style is deliciously appealing and their wines offer surprising value from this much sought after region. They boast vineyards from Petit Chablis to Grand Cru and wines that are beautifully crafted. That’s why, every year, we’re hot foot to their cellar door, eager to try out the new vintage. 2019 had both ups and downs: yields are down, but the quality had growers rejoicing. This superb Vieilles Vignes has bright fruit character and crisp minerality. With time, it’ll develop honeyed intensity. Enjoy with all sorts of seafood or creamy white meat dishes.
"Excellent - clean and crisp with mineral overtones, just as Chablis should be"
Online Review For the 2018 vintage