Here the waiter brought the oysters and the Chablis, and Duplessis retired to his own table.
And that pale sherry, and that Chablis, and that exquisite cup of Mocha?
A diet of Chablis and oysters disagreed at first with a stomach used to whelks and gingerbeer.
He was sorry they were not oysters, but the Chablis, he could vouch for.
He ate a small portion of langouste with an exquisite salad, and drank a single glass of Chablis.
It was a clear amber-coloured liquid—may be Chablis, I thought.
Over this pour a third of a cup of vinegar, and when the liquid is all absorbed, add half a glass of Chablis and a cup of stock.
Silverstairs, after swallowing a glass of Chablis, meditatively lit a cigar.
But, without sacrilege, Chablis or Graves, or Sauterne may take its place.
Under the influence of Chablis, the Californians become intimate.
light, white Burgundy wine, 1660s, named for town of Chablis southeast of Paris. Made only of Chardonnay grapes. The French word chablis (16c.) is literally "deadwood," fallen from a tree through age or brought down by wind, short for bois chablis, from Old French *chableiz.