The Monts du Mâconnais are staggered with la Côte d'Or, forming a double chain that are exposed north-northeast, south-southwest, cut by a series of parallel faults. The hills between Saône and Grosne valleys, favor the growth of Chardonnay which produces early white wines. The most well-known villages are Lugny, Chardonnay, Azé, Péronne, Viré and Clessé; the last two have even become a communal appellation.
Mâconnais winemaking at a low temperature between 12 and 16 degrees. Mâcon Villages is aged in enamel vats.
Beef with a salt crust, Bresse chicken with cream sauce.
During the harvest, grapes are exclusively hand-picked with care by our grape-pickers.
14 ° C
10 years and more