Discover some of the finest Chablis on the market from Domaine Fourrey and its Premier Cru vineyards that produce complex, minerally whites with freshness and vitality balanced by a lovely creaminess. Classic stuff.
Chablis is actually part of the Burgundy region, though is actually closer to Champagne than Burgundy, being a small satelite district of this great winemaking region, and encircles the town of Chablis to the northwest of the Côte d’Or. Chardonnay is the only grape variety permitted in the production of Chablis, and its wines are graded in the following descending appellation hierarchy: Grand Cru, Premier Grand Cru, Chablis and Petit Chablis. Chablis tends to be more refined in style than many other Chardonnay styles and its producers tend to age their wines in stainless steel to create a crisper, fresher style with a classic flinty, mineral feel. Chablis has a natural affinity with seafood, especially oysters.