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Why you shouldn’t overlook Petit Chablis

Rosemary George MW argues the case for Petit Chablis and picks her top wines to try...

Petit Chablis is getting better and better. Not so long ago, it would be overlooked in the line-up of Chablis appellations. The name does it a gross disservice, deeming it petty and somewhat deprecating, whereas it really needs to be seen as a more affectionate, sympathique term, as the little brother to the bigger appellation.

Top Petit Chablis wines to try:


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