This estate bottled white Burgundy is produced from chardonnay grapes grown on the gently rolling hills of the picturesque Macon district in southern Burgundy. The Maconnais district takes its name from the town of Macon, and is best known as a source of good value Chardonnay. As a "village wine," it's a step above regular white burgundy and as implied by the designation "Macon Villages" in its name. Village wines are made entirely from grapes grown in a small, well-defined place in or around a particular village and in fact, can come from only one of 43 designated villages in the Macon region.
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