It's still available, but it's really not the same. Now that Dana own Chantilly the beginning of the scent is completely different. Eventually it dries down to something like the vintage, but it's nowhere near as sultry or refined. (We think.)
Old (well preserved) Chantilly is gloriously gorgeous right from the first sniff. It was never made in France though, this was a post-WW2 US creation.
Chantilly is our favourite discovery. Why isn't this glorious scent praised to the skies? Probably because it went downmarket and then got sold off. Pity that Houbigant hasn't bought back the name and reclaimed it in all it's splendour as they have with Quelques Fleurs. One day, perhaps
In America they say shan-tilly. In France it's more like shore-tee-yee. It's not important how you say it, just that you give this underated masterpiece a try.