One in a million, the Chablis appellation stands out with its unique minerality. Made from the Chardonnay grape on a clay and limestone sedimentary soil, often called Kimmeridgian (it is actually the same subsoil as the one found in Kimmeridge, England) it is one of France’s most famous wine around the world.
Grapes: Chardonnay 100%
contains sulfites / Innehåller sulfiter
Protected geographical indication Chablis (A.O.C.)
Produced by Domaine Verret, France
Domaine Verret is a family farm of 57 hectares in north Burgundy near Auxerre.