William FEVRE, Chablis

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Known for its fine Chablis vineyards and wines, William FEVRE specializes in four appellations, including Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru, and Chablis Grand Cru. Oyster fossils give the soil its characteristic mineral composition, which imparts flavor to the wine. The on-site wine shop sells estate wines and advises you about the methods used to create each wine. Use our Chablis trip planner to visit William FEVRE on your trip to Chablis, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Good wines, no more! On the other hand, when I ask to taste 1 only wine, I do not like that we sneak the placard with the price of the tasting! Already I don't like paying tastings... I will not return!
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  • We dropped by for a quick visit. First we got a got crash course on Chablis terroir and wines. The people were super helpful - we took away some wine and they packed these in styrofoam boxes. Unfortun...  more »
  • The Domaine on the right side of the Church, in the heart of Chablis. Go in from the road and tour of the beautiful garden and brewing facilities is available. Currently, Japanese women also had listen to the remarks in Japan, deeper understanding of their wines. Recommended confirmation at time of booking. Tasting is provided by that date will change, but we could by 2015, compared. Thou shalt think taste of mass production and large maker said. It would be one of the beautiful wine can feel rather the reverse, their careful work. Of course cheaper than market price available for purchase and shipping also very good breakfast. Recommended day trips from Paris, excursions.
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  • Alain was excellent in explaining the different classifications of the Chablis region. Don't be scared to come to Chablis and walk into wineries without reservations. Incredibly nice people and ready to let you taste wines. Everything we had heard of Burgundy was that the wineries don't want visitors. Chablis is a small town with old caves and beautiful tasting rooms that you can do tasting in. No appointments, no worries. Some places might be closed or open but you can easily walk to many of the rooms. Go to the visitors center and they will tell you what is open and then explore the town by foot. One thing to note is every wine is Chardonnay, no reds here but excellent wines.
  • Nice wine, friendly staff
  • Excellent reception of Alain, a rich tasting. Really the best wines of Chablis
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Charming Chablis is home to an array of equally appealing accommodation options, including boutique hotels, quaint guesthouses, and a peaceful campsite. Accommodations within the medieval village can be on the expensive side, but provide easy access to restaurants, shops, and some of the area’s most interesting historical attractions. Large groups or those planning a longer stay may want to consider renting a vacation property to enjoy a home away from home. Many come equipped with a full kitchen, allowing you to save a few euros by eating in.
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