2015 Dauvissat Chablis 1er Cru La Forest
Along with Raveneau's Butteaux and Montée de Tonnerre, Dauvissat's Forest is one of the most sought after and ageworthy 1er Crus.
This marks our first Burgundy list offer of 2020. I tried to pull out all the stops.
Dauvissat's 2010s are simply brilliant. The 2010 vintage in Chablis is really impressive. Even in this context, Dauvissat is a standout. They may very likely be the wines of the vintage.
Laurent Tribut makes some of the most sought after and under the radar Chablis. For years, Tribut's wines have been an insider's secret, snapped up by collectors before they saw the light of day.
There was a point when Tribut was an insider's secret. That has ended, especially in 2014.Tribut's 2014s are stunning, and the Côte de Léchet is a star of the line-up. This hasn't escaped people. It's a wine that's become very difficult to locate in any quantity. Currently, there are two other listings.
While we look forward to Dauvissat's La Forest every year, 2014 is the most exciting vintage for the wine in a long time. It's no secret that 2014 was an exceptional vintage for Chablis. The wines achieved the rare combination of classicism, concentration, and elegance. When you consider Dauvissat’s mastery, it’s no surprise that the 2014 Forest is simply stunning.
"A flat out brilliant wine with everything it needs to continue its ascent toward greatness... In sum, Chablis just doesn't get a whole lot better than this." -Burghound This is a special bottle of wine. There's just no way around it.
When you start tasting 2014 Chablis, it becomes clear that it's an epic vintage. The short version is that it combines classicism with mineral-drenched concentration.