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The northernmost outpost of greater Burgundy, the Chablis appellation claims its fame from its Kimmeridgian soil - a grey marl with limestone and a multitude of tiny, fossilized oyster shells – which dates back to the Upper Jurassic age and gives the Chardonnay based white wines, from Chablis, a distinct steely saline freshness. Portlandian soil is the other type found in Chablis, it is not so rich in clay and fossils and produce more fruity wines with less finesse and mineral notes tha. . . Read More >