Regional appellation of the Mâconnais wine-growing district (dept. of Saône-et-Loire) in the South of Burgundy. Grapes are harvested in Lugny commune.
The word VILLAGES or the name of the commune of origin, just as LUGNY here, may only be added to the word MÂCON for wines harvested within the defined area of the MÂCON-VILLAGES appellation consisting of 26 named communes and grouped together.
Vinification takes place in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks. The wine is partially aged in tanks and partially aged in barrels.
Colour: Clear and shiny goldfish yellow, with green hints.
Nose: Fresh and complex with flavours of white flowers and dried fruits with subtle notes of acacia.
Palate: Medium-body, rich and balanced wine with a slightly spicy finish.
Serve with seafood, quiches, grilled fish and goat’s cheese.
2 to 6 years.
Serve ideally at a temperature of around 12°C./54°F.