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It is in the vineyards of Chablis, grown since the 12th century, where the famous dry white Burgundy wine of the same name is produced. The city also has other appeals of controlled origin, such as Petit-Chablis or Chablis Grand Cru. 4.300 hectares of exclusive Chardonay plantations. In addition to being able to visit traditional producers, winemaking workshops and wine tasting routes, between September and October, you can follow the grape harvest and participate in the popular festivals that take place in this important period for the region.

The old walled city retains its 13th century church, its synagogue, listed as a historical monument and narrow streets, bombed during World War II. Nearby is the imposing Béru Castle, former property of the Count of Béru since the 17th century, which produces its own wine, the Clos-Béru, and houses a small museum. In this place where everything revolves around the world-renowned local drink, you will not be able to leave without sampling gastronomic dishes where it is the main ingredient, such as escargot or chicken broth with Chablis wine sauce or Chablis hot ham .

Try it!

  • Escargot to the wine Chablis
  • Fricassé Chicken Chablis
  • Chablis Stylish Hot Ham

Get to know!

  • Vineyards of Chablis
  • Synagogue
  • Saint-Martin Collegiate Church
  • Porte Noel
  • Saint-Pierre Church
  • Museum of Vine and Corkscrew


Distance: 159 Km from Paris

Population: 2.700 inhabitants
Apartment: Yonne
Region: Burgundy
  • Departure Times: 07: 00 AM | 11: 00 AM | 2: 00 PM | 6: 00 PM


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