Is Macon Lugny a good wine?
Mâcon-Lugny 2008 – The Guernsey Press and Star – December 2009 – “Exceptional Value”This is one of the most popular dry white wines in the island and is an ideal choice to go with the Christmas Day Turkey. It has a lemony, buttery flavour with good, balanced acidity and a long, dry finish. Exceptional value.
What grape is Macon Lugny?
Louis Latour Mâcon-Lugny 2019/20
|Characteristics||Peach, Apricot, Floral, Lemon|
Is Macon Lugny oaked?
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.
Is Macon Village a Chardonnay?
Macon-Villages Wine Mâcon-Villages is an appellation for dry white wines made from the Chardonnay grape variety. These are produced in selected communes of the Mâconnais wine area of southern Burgundy. The appellation represents a step up in quality from the standard Mâcon title.
What kind of wine is Mâcon-Lugny?
According to the 2005 specifications rules, the name Mâcon-Lugny refers to red, white, and rosé wines grown within a defined area in the villages of Bissy-la-Mâconnaise, Lugny, Saint-Gengoux-de-Scissé, and part of Cruzille.
Is Macon Village a white Burgundy?
The Mâcon Villages area is located in the southern half of Burgundy, close to the Beaujolais area. This appellation is the largest of the Mâconnais area, covering about 2500 ha of vineyards and 43 communes. Mâcon Villages are only white wines.
What is white Burgundy wine?
White Burgundy wine (Bourgogne blanc) is made in the French wine region of Burgundy. Most white Burgundy wines are made with Chardonnay grapes. However, a very small percentage of white Burgundy wines are made with other grape varieties like Aligoté, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc.
Where is Macon Villages made?
Macon Villages wine producing region appellation Burgundy France.
When should I drink white Burgundy?
Most will drink well at 10–15 years, but the best should mature nicely over 20 years and may plateau for much longer.
Do you chill white Burgundy wine?
If you are serving fine white Burgundies, you should serve them slightly cooler – about 55° to 58°F (13 to 15°C) in wide-bowled glasses. A cold beverage makes their complex, wonderful flavors hard to appreciate.