Chablis' soil and cool climate produce chardonnays that are dry with a crisp acidity.
Nellie Ming Lee
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The Corkscrew by Nellie Ming Lee

Understanding Chablis, home to some of Burgundy's best white wines

The cool climate and soils of Burgundy's northernmost reaches produce chardonnays that are flinty or steely in taste, but other grapes are grown too, and there's even some pinot noir, writes Nellie Ming Lee

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Chablis' soil and cool climate produce chardonnays that are dry with a crisp acidity.
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