Chablis is the northern most wine growing region in Burgundy and produces dry white wines made from Chardonnay, the world's most famous white wine variety. This Chablis offering has transporting aromas of green apples, lemon zest, spring flowers, and characteristic flint and chalk notes, due to the unique soil type known as Kimmeridgean, a distinctive mix of limestone, clay and fossilized oyster shells. The soil in combination with the cooler climate gives Chablis its distinctive flavour profile as well as a lovely pale gold-green colour. Perfect to pair with seafood and pork dishes, as well as mild and soft cheeses.
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