The Chablis vineyard extends along the commune of Chablis, in the Yonne department, France, within the Burgundy wine region. The cold weather of this region makes wines more acidic and less fruity than Chardonnay wines grown in warmer climates. These wines often have a "flint" note, sometimes described as "goût de pierre à fusil" ("flint flavor"), and sometimes as "steely." The Chablis Appellation d'origine contrôlée must only use Chardonnay grapes.
The vines around the town of Chablis produce a dry white wine famous for the purity of its aroma and flavor. Compared to white wines from the rest of Burgundy, Chablis wine typically has much less oak influence. Most of the basic Chablis are undried and vinified in stainless steel tanks.

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