Jean & Sebastien Dauvissat, Chablis Montmains Premier Cru 2019
I can report that his 2019s, revisited below, are coming along nicely, indeed they're very impressive.
93 points Burghound
A timid nose grudgingly offers up its aromas of citrus rind, oyster shell, petrol and tidal pool. There is very good freshness and energy to the solidly concentrated middle weight flavors that possess slightly better energy on the focused and agreeably dry finale. This is surprisingly good for such young vines and it's clear that the low yields of the vintage helped considerably.
Pale lemon colour, racy and fruity together, quite exuberant, a little warmth but the fruit is in the lead and it finishes cleanly on the minerals, with very good length. Long slow fermentation through to the next harvest. This works very well.