Pairs beautifully with:
Oysters are a classic Chablis pairing, though there’s no “if it grows together, it goes together” kismet happening here since Chablis is a couple hundred miles from the nearest ocean. But, much of Chablis is panted on Kimmeridgian soil, which is made up of limestone, clay and tiny fossilized oyster shells!
So there’s a reason that this is good wine and food pairing. Though those old oyster shells may have a hand in it, it’s mostly because the wines can be rich yet precise, with mouth cleansing acids that battle the richness of the Rockefellers. You end up with a sweetly briny explosion of flavor!
Try it with these: