Pouilly-Vinzelles wine appellation in the Burgundy region of France

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Pouilly-Vinzelles wine appellation
Wine appellation

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Sue Dyson and Roger McShane
Country: France

Pouilly-Vinzelles is a wine appellation in the Maconnais area of the Burgundy region of France which was proclaimed in 1940 and which covers approximately 52 hectares in the communes of Vinzelles and Loche.
In this appellation only white wines made from Chardonnay can be produced. As with other similar appellations in this area there are some specific climats where wines produced from those plots can have the name of the climat added to the appellation name. In Pouilly-Vinzells these are Chateau de Vinzelles, Les Buchardieres, Les Longeays, Les Petaux and Les Quarts.

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