Chablis

Chablis is the one of the most famous white wine regions in the world, with vineyards located in the most northern part of France’s Burgundy. All Chablis is made with the Chardonnay grape, and it is here, growing on the famous Kimmeridgian marl and Portlandian limestone soils, that Chardonnay makes some of its greatest expressions. Chablis’ unique climate is cool, semi-continental with long, harsh winters and short hot summers. Chablis typically shows little or no oak influence and is characterised by pure citrus and orchard fruit flavours, and a flinty minerality, followed by a saline acidity on the long, crisp finish.

Chablis is the one of the most famous white wine regions in the world, with vineyards located in the most northern part of France’s Burgundy. All Chablis is made with the Chardonnay grape, and it is here, growing on the famous Kimmeridgian marl and Portlandian limestone soils, that Chardonnay makes some of its greatest expressions. Chablis’ unique climate is cool, semi-continental with long, harsh winters and short hot summers. Chablis typically shows little or no oak influence and is characterised by pure citrus and orchard fruit flavours, and a flinty minerality, followed by a saline acidity on the long, crisp finish.