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Tomás Clancy's trio of wines

11th December, 2016

In the early 19th century, before widespread railway transportation, Chablis and its surrounding vineyards were the wine cellars of Paris and produced red, white and sparkling wines. In 1840, Simonnet-Febvre set up as one of the largest sparkling Chablis producers. Now legally known as Crémant de Bourgogne, the product remains the same – 60 per cent chardonnay from the greater Chablis region, and 40 per cent pinot noir Auxerre. It is a delicious, succulent, cookie...

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