The village of Chablis has given it name to one of the most famous white wines of France.
Chablis is made exclusively with Chardonnay grapes.
Chablis is located north of Burgundy, less than 200 kilometres from Paris.
The Vines grow on a limestone soil, rich in fossils, especially those of oysters.
Millions of years ago, Burgundy was completely under the sea.
* Petit Chablis
* Chablis Premier Cru
* Chablis Grand Cru
One variety of grapes: Chardonnay, to make one type of wine: White. Chardonnay is expressed in Chablis like no where else in the world. It draws its personality from the delpths of 150 million year old soil. The wines of Chablis are dry white wines, distinguished by their purity, freshness, finesse and minerality.
Today, the area planted in Chablis and its surrounding towns is about 5400 hectares spread over a variety of exposures, elevations, and different soils.
The Petit Chablis appellation can only be producerd in the nine villages, located mainly on the plateaux.
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