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LN161 Chablis: Born From an Ancient Sea

  • 16 Nov 2012
  • 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Private residence, 75017 Paris; Métro: Wagram
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Friday, November 16Meredith Mullins

There is perhaps no better place to witness the complexifying, transformative effect that terroir can have on the Chardonnay grape than in Chablis. 

This region in north Burgundy was once an ancient sea, leaving behind a unique soil of fossilized shells. The notes from this primordial siren's song add a nobleness and refinement to Chablis very different from our memory of "Chablis" in the U.S.—hijacked by the jug wine industry to mean "dry white."

Real Chablis comes in varied expressions. We'll taste Petit Chablis, as well as many Premier and Grand Cru's from the region's best producers. Come discover this exciting universe of under-appreciated (and under-priced!) wines.

Instructor: Thomas Boothe's, extensive knowledge and passion for wine and his innovative teaching style have been fueled through work and study in a variety of wine-related fields.

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