I guess it depends upon your acceptance of "similar". By your question, you already know Chablis is Chardonnay, typically unoaked, from the Burgundy region of France. Growing conditions and terroir in Chablis, an old ocean bed I think, are purportedly one of a kind. Not being a white wine drinker (few glasses a year?), I cannot attest to this personally.I enjoy Chablis wine and was wondering if leaving the oak chips out of a French Chardonnay wine kit would produce a similar Chablis taste? There doesn't seem to be a good Chablis kit available.