Did you know that different soil types give a specific taste to a grape variety?
For example, clay and limestone can influence wine's fruitiness, while calcareous soils make wine taste and smell minerally (flinty) and fumé (smoky). Sand and slit enhance wine's sweetness.
For example, Chardonnay (Chablis) has a peculiar taste and smell of flint due to the predominantly calcareous soil in Chablis, known as Kimmeridge clay.
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