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The appellation Chablis is the most important one of the vineyards in Chablis. Planted on the hillsides on both sides of the river Le Serein, on the famous underground kimméridgien, Domaine Jean Dauvissat Chablis is the true representatif of the Chablis- style. This terroir brings frechness, minerality as well as delicacy.

Jean Dauvissat cultivate 17 ha 50 of vines with the appellation Chablis. Located throughout Chablis, our 40 parcels of Chablis offer a multitude of different caracteristics. The wines of these vines are grown seperately and are later reassembled to create a rich and pure Chablis.

The Harvest
An exceptionnal vintage!! Maturity, richness, generosity. 2018 vintage had ideal climatic conditions in order to obtain healthy grapes of a rare maturity. Harvest started september 5th .

The Vinification
After a long pressing and static settling of 24 hours without enzymes, the fermentation was carried ou at a temperature of 20°C thanks to natural yeasts.

A malo- lactique fermentation was followed by a long maturation on fine lease. A light treatment and filtration were necessary to obtain a clear and stable wine. This wine has not been treated with cold to preserve aromatic finesse. It was bottled (31 665 bottles) on August 28h 2019 or approximatively 13 months after harvest.

This Chabis has a fruited nose. The aromas keep a long freshness in the mouth, with a fruited overpower and a nice salinacy in the end. A perfect balance.

Food and wine
This wine can be tasted young (2-3 years) with fish terrines, oysters or escargots. It will also perfectly accompany your cocktail hours. Good keeping potential (3 to 5 years).

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"Sprød biodynamisk kommunevin fra unge Fabien, der tilhører en anden gren af den berømte Dauvissat-familie. Denne manifesterer sig i en ren, klar og let reduktiv stil. Kølig citrusdrevet frugt smelter sammen med mineralske noter af hav og flintesten. Fin harmoni og balance her foruden en dejlig moden syre." - Morten Bundgaard, JP