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Macon-Villages

Macon-Villages

There are 43 villages with the right to term themselves Mâcon-Villages and one of them is Chardonnay, home to the eponymous grape. They are a distinct step up in quality from the appellations of Mâcon (which accounts for three-quarters of all white burgundy output) and Mâcon Supérieur (which is understandably deemed better for having an extra percentage of alcohol).

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    • Origin
    • France
    • Burgundy
    Traditional style Chardonnay from Burgundy. Rich and buttery with subtle, exotic flavours. Read More
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    £14.24 £11.87
    • Origin
    • France
    • Burgundy
    A bouquet of exotic fruit and white flowers which demonstrates Chardonnay's potential for finesse and complexity. Read More
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    £13.58 £11.32
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The whites, when at their best, should be enjoyable and unpretentious everyday drinking at a price that can compete with the oceans of New World Chardonnay that they now share the shelves with. Oak is not often used and the result is a lighter wine than is often associated with Burgundy. Red Mâcon-Villages is made from Gamay and is a very poor cousin to the wines of Beaujolais to the south.

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