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The bouquet displays creamy, buttery notes combined with hints of vanilla and dried apricots and pineapple. Notes of butterscotch, caramel and marzipan develop on the palate alongside spicy notes and an underlying minerality. The finish is long, round and soft, with a final lifting twist.
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|When to Drink||Now|
|Appellation||Chablis Grand Cru Bougros|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Resulting from a family of winegrowers dating back 150 years, Daniel Dampt has joined his domaine with that of his father-in-law’s, Jean Defaix. Daniel Dampt is one of Burgundy’s most celebrated producers, and he produces wines under both his own names and that of Jean Defaix, his father-in-law. The domaine covers 30ha of vines (16 of AOC Chablis and 14ha of 1er Cru, split across five vineyards. The house style produces clean, ultra-pure, wines with bright steely acidity and not so much as a hint of oak. In 2008, Daniel’s sons Sebastien and Vincent created Maison Dampt, a small-scale negociant business that allowed the family to produce Grand Cru wines for the first time, sourcing fruit from Bougros and Les Clos.
Gold in colour. A discreet touch of wood frames notably ripe green fruit, floral and sea breeze aromas that are followed by rich, full-bodied and broad-scaled flavors that evidence an overt muscularity on the impressively persistent finish. The fruit complexity is magnificent and the length goes on and on, if you enjoy obvious power, size and weight in your Chablis, this would be a good choice.
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