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The cooler climate in the northern Burgundy region really suits the Chardonnay grape - the mainstay of white wines from here - resulting in wines with really pure, citrus fruits.
This one is a fine example, with wonderfully refreshing lemony flavours and lots of zip.
Ideal with seafood, especially a cracking fish pie!
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year
Here, in the far north of Burgundy, the soil and climate have an enormous impact on the way the grape develops and in turn, the resulting wine. The region is marked by a relatively cool climate; longer, slower ripening gives this wine its unmistakable crispness. There’s also a unique mineral character to the wine, so typical of the region, which is thanks in part to its Kimmeridgian limestone soil.
The Cistercian monks from the Abbey of Pontigny began growing vines here in the 12th century. The vineyards of Chablis run along a little river aptly named the Serein.
Jean Claude Fromont
The ideal location and climatic conditions of northern Burgundy combine to produce the top quality Chardonnay grapes that make this Chablis. Chablis is the largest of the four Chablis appellations.