Wine Maison Dampt, Chablis Grand Cru "Bougros" AOC, 2015
The wine has a straw-yellow color.
Taste wine - balanced, fresh and full, with notes of green apple, plum and lemon. Shades of nuts and rich mineral foundation palette give taste and sophistication adorn long aftertaste.
The aroma of wine felt tones of citrus fruits, combined with hints of herbs, peach and quince. Floral accents and nuances of honey and nuts complement the delicate fragrant bouquet.
Fine wine as an aperitif. It can also be served with white meat, appetizers, fried chicken, fish and vegetables.
Maison Dampt, Chablis Grand Cru "Bougros" created by brothers Dumpty - Sebastian and Vincent, who are sons of the domain owner Dumpty & Fils and engaged in manufacture of separate line of wines called "Maison Dampt". Wine is made from grapes of Chardonnay harvest is collected on farms dump sites partners. All the vineyards are located in the region of Chablis Grand Cru in the area. Mechanically pressed grapes, whereupon musts "resting" during 12 hours at a temperature of 12-15 ° C in a tank, specifically designed for this purpose, in order to accelerate the natural precipitation. The wine is fermented for 20 days, exposure is carried out in oak barrels and lasts 12 months.
Continuing the 150-year-old family tradition of two winemaker - Daniel and his father in law Dump Jean DeFeo united in a common domain Daniel Dampt & Fils. The farm has 30 hectares of vineyards, of which 16 hectares are given for future Chablis and 14 - under the Chablis Premier Cru (mainly Vayon, Furshame, Côte de Lesha Le Lee). The winery is equipped with stainless steel tanks. Purchase of new equipment allowed farms to increase production, so the company annually produces about 150,000 bottles. Passion for winemaking was passed and the children of the current leaders - Vincent and Sebastian Dump work together with parents, and after obtaining practical skills and comprehension of the secrets of winemaking in New Zealand and Australia, in 2008, they decided to found their own domain, thereby deciding to expand the range of wines available family production.