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serein

(səˈreɪn)
n
(Physical Geography) fine rain falling from a clear sky after sunset, esp in the tropics
[C19: via French, from Old French serain dusk, from Latin sērus late]
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It is mild compared to its chardonnay counterparts all over the world, lacking that oaky taste, thankfully, and has that mineral taste from bones of shells and fish that have settled at the bottom of the River Serein.
99 when you buy two, Majestic): A Burgundy blonde from a highly respected producer, this elegant chablis offers pronounced mineral pleasure from the famous limestone soil that surrounds the banks of the River Serein.
A walk along the banks of the River Serein, a drive around the local wineries - book in advance at the village tourist office.
FAMO F US, French and fancy; the wines of Chablis are borne from the vineyards lying on either side of the River Serein, which ows through the pretty village of Chablis in the most northerly region of Burgundy.