noun, plural Cha·blis [sha-bleez, shuh-, shah-, shab-leez; French sha-blee] /ʃæˈbliz, ʃə-, ʃɑ-, ˈʃæb liz; French ʃaˈbli/.
Origin of Chablis
Examples from the Web for chablis
But, without sacrilege, Chablis or Graves, or Sauterne may take its place.The Feasts of Autolycus|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Chablis, I hold, should be drank by some merry blonde whose heart is light; Burgundy by a brunette in a temper.A Village of Vagabonds|F. Berkeley Smith
Sauterne, Chablis, Riesling or any Rhenish type will serve splendidly.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
It was a clear amber-coloured liquid—may be Chablis, I thought.At the Court of the Amr|John Alfred Gray
Could you tap a bottle of Chablis, with a few dozen oysters, and a filet saute with mushrooms to follow it?The Thirteen|Honore de Balzac