Let’s talk CHABLIS. Chablis (the northernmost tip of Burgundy), is a unique region that produces a distinctive style of White Burgundy (aka Chardonnay). Unlike the rich Chardonnay from fellow Burgundy region, Cote de Beaune, Chablis is light, and usually shows no sign of exposure to oak (except the Grand Cru’s, which often opt for oak aging). On the nose Chablis offers aromas of green apples, bright lemon, rocks, and white flowers. On the tongue Chablis is dry, with notes of citrus and pears, clean minerality, and a long, brilliant finish. Pair it with foods high in fat, as the wine will serve as a palate cleanser, mellowing out and gracefully merging the flavors together.