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Featured Recipe Pairing
Cracked Crab with Horseradish Mayonnaise
Cracked crab makes a simple yet elegant main course for a celebratory meal. Blue or stone crabs can be used if Dungeness are unavailable; adjust the cooking time accordingly. If time is short, purchase freshly cooked crabs and ask your fishmonger to do the cleaning and cracking.
Chablis is cooler and geologically more similar
to Champagne than it is to the rest of Burgundy,
with its vines rooting deep into chalky
soils that are actually the remains of an ancient
seabed. In addition, its producers tend to use
very little (or no) oak to age their wines. The
result is that the region’s whites—nearly all
made from Chardonnay—possess a stony,
minerally intensity and cool-climate freshness.
While some modern producers have deviated
from the classic Chablis structure, Patrick Piuze
is a traditionalist. His pure, vibrant wines
and devotion to minimalist winemaking—he
adds no commercial yeasts or enzymes and
only minimal sulfur—have made him a darling
of U.S. sommeliers. Piuze spent decades making
wine at top Chablis estates before creating
his own label. His long relationships with some
of the region’s top growers mean that his
wines come from some of the best vineyards,
and his extraordinary talent has propelled his
wines to the region’s top ranks.
The nose is fresh and bright, with scents reminiscent of wet stones, apples
and lemon zest.
There’s a steely, minerally intensity to this white’s apple and citrus flavors.
This wine’s zesty flavors and humming acidity make it compatible with exactly
the sorts of food that are great with lemon squeezed over them: grilled or
baked seafood, fresh vegetables with a little butter, roasted chicken and even
meat dishes like veal piccata. Adding citrus fruits, oils or essences to seasonings
will pick up the citrusy notes in the wine and add a touch of acidity. Try
dishes like Grilled Salmon with Lemon Oil and Basil or Simple Roast Chicken
with Lemon and Herbs; find the recipes at williams-sonoma.com.
Serve chilled: refrigerate the bottle for 30 minutes before serving.
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