chablis chablis  /ʃəb ˈli/


  1. (n) a town in north central France noted for white Burgundy wines
  2. (n) dry white table wine of Chablis, France or a wine resembling it


  1. He ate, fortifying himself for the night with hamburger, raw peas, milk, oatmeal cookies, Almaden chablis and several joints of marijuana.
  2. Cultural bias has been weeded out of most standardized tests--the SATs don't ask questions about chablis--and Texas officials insist that the TAAS is race neutral.


  • Hewitt: Chardonnay market seeping into Oregon

    GRAPE SENSEBY HOWARD HEWITT Does the wine world need another great Chardonnay region? California has the great big buttery, woodsy Chards while Chablis brings the mineral and acid. There is virtually every style in between from regions across the globe.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Shelbyville News

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  1. "It'sa Chablis thing," Cramer said. "They probably use Robert Parker [a wine critic] as their best indicator of what to do here."
    on Jan 2, 2008 By: Jim Cramer Source: Business Media Institute

  2. "The typical Alto Adige pinot bianco gives you a kind of faux-chardonnay experience," Lynch says. "It's like a Chablis without the price tag."
    on Aug 15, 2007 By: David Lynch Source: Orlando Sentinel

  3. "Here, sit down next to me," said Jemima Khan. "Try a bit of this foie gras. And you'll have to help me with the wine, I have absolutely no palate for wine. Taste the Chablis . . ."
    on Jun 15, 2007 By: Jemima Khan Source:

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