Vignoble Dampt Chablis Vieilles vignes - white
Chablis 'Vieilles Vignes' is made of 100% Chardonnay grapes grown on vines which are more than 50 years old - some even more than 70 years old. This contributes to give the finalized wine an increased concentration of aromas.
- Country : France
- Region : Burgundy
- Grape variety : 100% Chardonnay
- Classification : AOP Chablis
- Awards : Guide Hachette 2013
- Color : White
- Vintage : 2013
- Alcohol degree : 12.5%
- Storage potential : 3-4 years
- Volume : 75 cl
Presentation of the vineyard
Dampt is well known name in the Chablis district. There are several talented Dampt families and it can be of importance to know the first names of the winegrower in order to find the right one. Vignoble Dampt is run by the three brothers Eric, Emmanuel and Hervé Dampt whose parents and grandparents... have all been winegrowers. Each of the brothers has his own specific role in the process from the vine to the finalized bottle of wine. The wine growing is conducted in not less than 13 different villages in Chablis. Great emphasis is placed on respecting the soil (terroir). This results in different types of wines, depending on which field the wine comes from.
A light straw yellow color with silvery hues. Floral (white flowers) aromas with elegant mineral elements. Some fruit, dominated by apricot and exotic fruits. A crisp taste, fresh acidity. Rich and elegant with a long final. Goes well with seafood or a cod in a white wine sauce.