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Macon-Villages wine appellation
Wine appellation

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Sue Dyson and Roger McShane
Country: France

Macon-Villages is a wine appellation that lies within the broader Macon appellation within the Burgundy region of France. Although the broader Macon appellation permits reds made from mainly Gamay and less commonly Pinot Noir, the Macon-Villages appellation permits only white wine made from Chardonnay.
The named villages are: Aze, Bray, Burgy, Bussieres, Chaintre, Chardonnay, Charnay-les-Macon, Cruzille, Davaye, Fuisse, Ige, Macon Loche, Lugny, Mancey, Milly-Lamartine, Montbellet, Peronne, Pierreclos, Prisse, La Roche-Vineuse, Saint-Gengoux-le-National, Solutre-Pouilly, Uchizy, Vergisson, Verze and Vinzelles.
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