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Classic Chablis

Chablis has to be one of my all time favourite white wines because it manages to be refreshingly approachable whilst also being deeply complex. In this sense it can be the definition of elegance, and the Alain Bretin I've opted for in this month's case is no exception. Chablis is Chardonnay in its purest form and it really shows off why this grape proves so unshakably popular with wine drinkers.

Chablis has to be one of my all time favourite white wines because it manages to be refreshingly approachable whilst also being deeply complex. In this sense it can be the definition of elegance, and the Alain Bretin I've opted for in this month's case is no exception. Chablis is Chardonnay in its purest form and it really shows off why this grape proves so unshakably popular with wine drinkers.

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Alain Bretin is produced by Jean-Marc Brocard, a name you may be familiar with. Jean-Marc has established himself as a top producer of Chablis since humble beginnings in 1972, when he first built his cellars. He tapped in to the vast experience of his family members in the region before starting on his own path, and the wine is a product of that combination between vast knowledge and the innovation of a young Jean-Marc. These days he shares the workload with his son Julien, and the innovation of another young man is now shining through, Brocard will never be a name associated with standing still.

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  1. Chablis, Alain Bretin

    Chablis, Alain Bretin, 2015 75cl

    Light in colour, yet full in body and weight. This elegant wine has a good steely acidity, the typical young Chardonnay bouquet of lemons, and a lasting finish.

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