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Domaine Agnès et Didier Dauvissat Chablis Beauroy Premier Cru 2021  - First Bottle

Technical Details

  • BlendChardonnay
  • WinemakerFlorent Dauvissat
  • CountryFrance
  • RegionBurgundy
  • AppellationChablis
  • VineyardBeauroy
  • Alcohol13%

Domaine Agnès et Didier Dauvissat Chablis Beauroy Premier Cru 2021

Chardonnay  |  France

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There’s just not enough Chablis in the world today – especially following a string of exceptional, though low-yielding, vintages. We're just blown away to have this beautiful, classic Premier Cru Beauroy Chablis! We're the ONLY retailer in the entire USA!

Agnès and Didier Dauvissat’s 13-hectare property is based in the village of Beine, just about 10 minutes west of Chablis. While they have attracted a fair share of critical praise since their inception in 1987, they are, without question, the least famous among the myriad Dauvissat producers (but a couple more wines like this, and that is bound to change!).

The Domaine is currently run by the second generation, Florent Dauvissat. His familial connections got him an opportunity to train in the cellars at the far more famous Vincent Dauvissat, as his father Didier, is Vincent’s cousin. By Burgundy standards, this now 35-year-old Domaine is still in its infancy, but this latest release will compete with dozens of other 1er Cru Chablis producers – at a fraction of the price!

This family-run estate covers 13 hectares, across the five appellations of Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru Beauroy, Bourgogne Rouge, and Crémant de Bourgogne. Beauroy is a well-exposed, south-facing premier cru on the left bank of the Serein River, which cuts through the center of the appellation. It has rich soil of clay and limestone with lots of Chablis’ prized fossilized oysters. It is a highly underrated premier cru in our professional opinion, but Florent has this beauty absolutely rockin'! The wine sees a tiny amount of oak, giving it a wonderful smoky, mineral-driven nose that teases hints of foamy, brown butter. Lemon and other citrus notes take the lead in the mouth, with crisp green apple, chamomile, and sea spray not far behind. Long, round, and exceptionally bright on the finish, this is a classic Chablis at a truly unreal price.

PAIRING IDEAS: Oysters! Just kidding (but not really). If bivalves aren’t your jam, use this percolating mouthful of deliciousness to cut the fat on a classic Trout Amandine.

About the Producer

Agnes and Didier Dauvissat released the first vintage in 1989. The winery now consists of over 10 hectares with Didier's son, Florent, now running the estate.