Chablis is the most northern area of cultivation in Burgundy, in fact Chablis are often defined as Chardonnay that come from the cold.
Despite being much closer to the Champagne region, with which it has an affinity for climate, soil and environmental conditions, Chablis belongs to the Burgundy wine region.
Chablis is synonymous with white wine, and consequently with Chardonnay, the wines of Chablis are appreciated for their marked acidity, the minerals of the blood and breast, with the iodized and savory components that almost resemble the sea.
The best pairing for Chablis is oysters and fish.
In our selection, you can find the best producers of Chablis like Raveneau, Dauvissat and Droin and their Chablis 1er Cru and Grand Cru.