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2019 Vincent Dauvissat (Rene & Vincent) Chablis 1er Cru Montee de Tonnerre #145446240

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Reviews 93 points Wine Advocate "Exhibiting notions of citrus oil, fresh bread, iodine and warm pastry, it's medium to full-bodied, ample and lively, with fine tension at the core and a long, mineral finish. (WK)" 94 points Burghound "A vague hint of the exotic is present on the wonderfully elegant lemony white orchard fruit scented nose that reflects additional notes of mineral reduction and oyster shell. The notably finer medium-bodied flavors possess excellent punch on the mineral-driven and chiseled finish that goes on and on. (AM)"

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Vincent Dauvissat in the cellars of his Domaine

About Vincent Dauvissat

Vincent Dauvissat is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated domaines in the renowned Chablis region of Burgundy. Established in the 1920s, the estate came into its own in the 1970s when René joined his father, Robert, in the vineyards. Today, Vincent, the son of René, proudly continues the family legacy, meticulously farming 12 hectares of prime terroirs in Chablis.

The vineyard holdings of Vincent Dauvissat include some of the most prestigious sites in Chablis. They encompass premier cru vineyards such as Vaillons, La Forêt, Séchets, Montée de Tonnerre, and the grand cru vineyards of Les Preuses and Les Clos. These exceptional vineyards are situated on the prized Kimmeridgian limestone, which imparts a distinctive minerality and character to the wines.

Dauvissat's winemaking philosophy can be summarized as slow and steady wins the race. The vinification process begins with slow, natural fermentations in enamel cuves, where the wine rests for up to a year. It is then transferred to six-to-eight-year-old Nevers oak barrels for aging. While oak aging is rare in Chablis today, Vincent's judicious use of older barrels adds depth, structure, and age-worthiness to the wines without overshadowing their inherent character with oak flavors.

The wines of Dauvissat are renowned for their elegant texture, penetrating minerality, and depth of character. They possess a remarkable ability to age gracefully in the cellar while also delivering a captivating experience on the palate.

Among Dauvissat's portfolio, their grand crus, Les Clos and Les Preuses, stand as crown jewels. These extraordinary sites, along with the lesser-known premier cru vineyard of La Forêt, produce wines that rival the quality and complexity of the finest grand crus. La Forêt, in particular, displays a rounder, honeyed texture and deeper aromas and flavors, offering a weight and complexity that is typically found only in the best grand crus.

Vincent Dauvissat's commitment to preserving the integrity of the terroir is evident in his approach to winemaking. He practices natural farming with minimal intervention, allowing the vineyards to express themselves authentically. Hand-harvesting, spontaneous malolactic fermentation, and aging in older barrels further contribute to the wines' purity and sense of place.

While the wines of Domaine Vincent Dauvissat are highly sought-after and limited in availability, their unparalleled quality and unique expression of Chablis' terroir make them an exceptional choice for collectors and enthusiasts alike.

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