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History of Chablis

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Burgundy vineyards strech for about 230 miles from the southern tip of Beaujolais to the northern corner of Chablis, just about 113 miles soth southeast of Paris.

Chablis s'éveille

With a total surface area of 6,800 hectares (16,796 acres), Chablis is the largest of the white Burgundy wine producing areas. Although only about 4,907 hectares (12,110 acres) of this area is presently in the production, the volume of an average harvest is over three times that of Pouilly-Fuissé and nine that of Meursault.

The Chablis vineyards extend over the limestone ( Kimeridgian ) slopes on either side of the charming River Serein. The continental climate - hot in summer and cold in winter, with severe spring frosts - and the marly limestone soil combine to mould the unique characterof Chablis wines.

Chablis vineyards are separated into four appellations : Chablis Grand Cru, Chablis Premier Cru, Chablis and Petit Chablis.

 

2008

Délimited area

6860 ha

Production area

4 907 ha

Ratio 72%

Chablis Grand Cru

103 ha

103 ha

100%

Chablis Premier Cru

775 ha

764 ha

99%

Chablis

4 420 ha

3257 ha

74%

Petit Chablis

1 562 ha

783 ha

50%

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