Dampt Frères releases new Chablis Kosher wine
Dampt Frères reveals Kosher range
Chablis producer Dampt Frères will be releasing a new range of kosher wines at this year’s Vinexpo as well as showing key wines from across all its Burgundy appellations.
Dampt Frères has built a reputation in Chablis for being able to produce a wide range of quality wines across all styles including white, red, rosé and sparkling wines. The property covers 138 ha and includes vineyards in key appellations from AOC Bourgogne Tonnerre, Epineuil, Irancy and Saint-Bris, to Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis 1er Cru and Chablis Grand Cru.
Eric and Emmanuel Dampt have worked hard since starting the estate in 1981 to build up specific plots of land and vineyards, each with their own individual characteristics, in each of the three valleys of Tonnerre, Chablis and Auxerre.
The property is now able to make a range of wines that cover Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Petit Chablis, Chablis and Chablis Premier Cru and has 33 different labels in its portfolio.
The new kosher range comes from the 2017 vintage and includes Bourgogne Tonnerre, a Chardonnay wine from Cote de Beaune, Gold medal winner at the Concours Général Agricole Paris 2019 and described by Bruce Sanderson in Wine Spectator as a “fruity white that bursts with peach, apple and citrus flavours in a straightforward, quaffable way”. It has a well balanced palate with crisp acidity.
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