* UK critic Tim Atkin has named Domaine Sébastien Dampt on his list of the ‘Top 25 best value producers.’

Chablis : 87
Chablis 1er Cru "Côte de Léchet" : 92
Chablis 1er Cru "Les Vaillons" 92

* Burghound reviews by Allen Meadows :

2012 Petit Chablis - Terroir de Milly: This is relatively restrained for the appellation with a lovely nose of green fruit and

citrus nuances that are both cool and pure. There is good detail on the attractively punchy flavors that possess good length on

the mineral-inflected finish. This offers good quality in the context of the genre. 87/2014+

2012 Chablis: Here the nose offers up a pretty combination of green fruit, pear and soft floral hints that introduce textured,

delicious and energetic flavors that conclude in a persistent and intensely saline finish that displays hints of quinine and bitter

lemon. A competent villages. 88/2016+

2012 Chablis “Vaillons”: (from 50+ year old vines). A very Chablis nose presents beautifully complex aromas

of mineral-reduction, oyster shell and tidal pool hints. There is a beguiling sense of freshness to the vibrant, detailed and

delineated flavors that possess a clean, dry and well-balanced finish where a touch of youthful austerity arrives just at the end.

(89-92)/2018+

2012 Chablis “Côte de Léchet”: An exceptionally fresh nose offers up cool and stunningly pure aromas of citrus zest, dried

white flowers, mineral reduction and quinine. There is excellent intensity to the delicious and punchy flavors that are blessed

with both plenty of extract and fine complexity on the balanced and lingering finish. This should be approachable after only 2

to 3 years of bottle age but reward more if you have a mind to wait. 92/2018+

Tim Atkin & Allen Meadows reviews

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