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Chablis is a town located in the northernmost part of Burgundy and gives it name to a white wine made from Chardonnay grapes. The AOC laws give four different levels of quality (high to low) - Grand Cru, Premier Cru, Chablis AOC and Petit Chablis. The region is divided in two by the Serein River and is characterised by a unique soil which is a combination of clay and chalk called “Kimmeridgian”. It is this soil type that gives Chablis is unique aromas and flavours - it is often said to have a flint, or gunflint, character or "wet rocks". There are seven different Grand Crus (including Blanchot, Les Clos and Grenouilles) and many more Premier Crus. Two of the well-know Premier Crus are Vaillons and Beauroy such as those from Domaine Pascal Bouchard.
|White||Chablis 1er Cru Beauroy, Domaine Pascal Bouchard||2008||£16.37|
|White||Chablis 1er Cru Mont de Milieu, Domaine Pascal Bouchard||2008||£17.37|
|White||Chablis 1er Cru Vau de Vey, Domaine De La Grande Chaume, Romain Bouchard||2008||£19.22|
|White||Chablis AC "La Classique", Domaine Pascal Bouchard||2011||£12.13|
|White||Chablis AC "La Classique", Domaine Pascal Bouchard 37.5cl||2010||£6.72|
|White||Chablis AC "Vieilles Vignes" Grande Reserve du Domaine, Domaine Pascal Bouchard||2007||£14.87|
|White||Chablis Le Clos Grand Cru, Jean-Paul and Benoit Droin||2009||£38.11|
|White||Chablis Le Grand Bois, Domaine De La Grande Chaume, Romain Bouchard||2009||£16.22|
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