Challenging weather conditions in 2019 had an impact on yields while keeping quality high across all levels of Chablis wines.
In broad terms, it can be viewed as a ‘half-way house’ between the higher acidity levels seen in 2017, and the ripe, rounded, less acidic 2018s. But this is an over-simplification – 2019 Chablis is a very complex year as a result of varied climatic factors affecting this marginal wine producing region.
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Value-wise, Chablis at all levels remains a great buy with straight Chablis and Petit Chablis offering excellent value and early drinking pleasure.