Mâcon-Lugny

Region: France / Burgundy / Mâcon

The Mâcon-Lugny appellation is within the Mâcon-Villages area in the southern part of Burgundy, close to Beaujolais. Mâcon-Villages is the largest subregion within the Mâconnais, covering about 6,250 acres of vineyards and 43 separate communes. Mâcon-Villages are only white wines. The small village of Lugny is one of the most famous areas in the Mâconnais, and produces exceptional white wines made exclusively from the Chardonnay grape. Vineyards are situated on the Monts du Mâconnais, whose limestone subsoil imparts ideal characters of minerality, floral complexity and finesse to the Chardonnay grapes.

tasting note

Light, sprightly and easy to drink, this dry wine shows white flower and apple aromas, with a note of lemon.

food pairing

Pairs well with a range of foods, including poultry, pan-fried or grilled fish, and mild cheeses, such as goat’s milk varieties.

points of distinction

  • Made from the highest-quality fruit of the year’s harvest
  • Vinified without oak to retain the wine’s elegant aromas and clean, fresh character
  • Versatile with poultry, pan-fried or grilled fish, and mild cheeses, such as goat’s milk varieties
  • about the grape +
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“My aim is to craft enchanting wines that taste of the great diversity of Burgundy.”

– Frederic Barnier, Winemaker

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