A distinctive style of Chardonnay at value prices make these whites from Burgundy's Chablis appellation hard to pass by
Posted: July 5, 2002
In the 1970s and '80s, mass-produced white wines from varying sources and grape types were frequently labeled "Chablis." In quality, character and origin, these wines bore no relation to true Chablis, which is made from the Chardonnay grape in the northernmost part of France's famed Burgundy region.
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