Chablis is a type of white wine made from Chardonnay grapes, that come from the Chablis section of Burgundy, France. The grapes are grown in a rocky soil. Its crisp, floral, light and fruity flavor comes from the Kimmerdigan limestone in the area. This goes well with oysters or light poultry.

A good quality Chablis should be aged about 10 years and served at around 52°F (11°C).

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