The vineyards of Chablis are located in the surroundings areas of the town that gives the wine its name – a town at the northernmost part of Burgundy in France. Nearly all of the grapevines in the region are Chardonnay. Chablis’ cool climate makes for wines with a bit more acidity than Chardonnay wines from warmer climates. Because of unpredictable weather in this region, there is a variance in the quality of Chablis year to year.