Pronounced: Sha-BLEE

History: The village of Chablis gives its name to one of the most famous white wine in France. Chablis is located at the north of the Burgundy region.

Description: Light to pale straw in colour – slight green tinge. This style can be made from one grape variety or a blend such as Semillon, Chardonnay and Colombard.

Taste/Aromas: C hablis wine is brisk and fruity, very dry and with a refreshing acidity. Chardonnay grapes grow on a limestone soil rich with fossils.

Food: Japanese, seafood, delicate terrines and pate.