This is the northernmost of Burgundy’s winegrowing areas and takes its name from the village of Chablis, located 150 km south-east of Paris and 150 km north-west of Dijon and Beaune.

Chablis, also known as the “Golden Gateway” to Burgundy and is well suited for the production of great white wines. Here, the Chardonnay grape expresses all of its elegance, mineral nuances, and liveliness. 

The unique Kimmeridgien and the specific climate in the North of Burgundy, enhance the Chardonnay experience and give it indisputable nobility.

Chablis’ vineyards cover a surface area of 4,500 ha that are divided into four levels of appellation: Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru.

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