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The communal appellation lies as an enclave in the centre of the Mâconnais area in Burgundy. It was created in 1998 by merging the areas of Mâcon-Clessé and Mâcon-Viré. The vineyards cover over 400 hectares of vines in the communes of Clessé, Laizé, Montbellet and Viré in the department of Saône-et-Loire. White wines made from Chardonnay are permitted. Well-known producers are Domaine André Bonhomme, Domaine Maurice Bressand, Jadot, Domaine Merlin, Domaine Michel, Domaine Philippe, Maison Rickaert, Domaine Sainte Barbe and the cooperative Cave Coopérative de Viré.

Karte von Burgund - Appellationen
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