In the north of Burgundy, just east of Paris, the region of Chablis is famous for producing racy and refreshing chardonnay. The white wines produced in Chablis are some of the world’s best and differ from the chardonnay in the other regions of Burgundy. 

Chablis is one of the world’s best white wine-growing regions. Chardonnay is the primary grape in the region and the wines have bracing acidity and great minerality.