I was able to taste three wines from Vincent Dauvissat. Starting with the 2018 Chablis, it’s beautifully done and unquestionably cut from the same cloth as the single vineyard releases. Offering up tons of salted citrus, crushed stone-like minerality, and hints of seaside-like iodine and marine notes, it hits the palate with medium-bodied richness, bright, racy acidity, solid mid-palate depth, and a crisp, laser focused texture and finish. As with the other wines here, it needs bottle age. Give bottles at least 3-4 years, if not longer, and it should evolve gracefully over the following decade.
91 points, Jeb Dunnuck (Mar 2020)