Video of Chablis winegrowing region seen from the sky
In 2016, the video of "the Chablis winegrowing region seen from the sky" won the prize of the best professional film on wine at the 23rd Festival International Œnovidéo in May, and the prize of the best wine video at the Born Digital Wine Awards in November !
Discover the 2016 winners Born Digital Wine Awards here.
It happened in 2016
It happened in 2015
THE CHABLIS BLOGGER CHALLENGE 2014
Chablis is for life, not just for Christmas - The Chablis blogger Challenge 2014
This year, Chablis challenged several top UK food bloggers to come up some summer food pairings to go with Chablis wines. Many people like to enjoy a glass of Chablis at Christmas time, but sometimes people can forget it can also work incredibly well with summer dishes and flavours. Chablis wanted to demonstrate what great summer cuisine pairings there are out there.
Several bloggers including feast with bron, Heidi Roberts Kitchen Talk and Eggs On The Roof took part and came up with some fantastic food pairing suggestions which the judges thought went perfectly with the Petit Chablis and Chablis wines they were challenged to find a summer food match for.
The overall winner was Elly McCausland with her blog Nutmegs,seven who was selected for the overall creativity of the food pairing and the explanations behind her choice.
Said Françoise Roure, Communication Manager at the Chablis Commission of the BIVB, “The entries to this year’s Chablis Blogger Challenge were brilliant. It was great to see people really taking up the challenge and thinking about what summer foods would pair well with their wines. All the entries were a really good standard, the judges felt that Nutmegs,seven had the edge for the overall creativity of the blog entry. But it was definitely a tough decision! Thank you to everyone who took part!”
Elly McCausland is a PhD student in children's literature and food writer based in York. Her culinary interests include breakfast, British puddings, south east Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine, which she explores on her food blog 'Nutmegs, seven'.