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Saint-Veran wine appellation
Wine appellation

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Sue Dyson and Roger McShane
Country: France

Saint-Veran is a wine appellation in the Maconnais area of the Burgundy region of France covering the communes of Chanes, Chasselas, Davaye, Leynes, Prisse, Saint-Verand, Solutre-Pouilly and Saint-Amour Bellevue. It gained appellation status in 1971. It is a white wine only appellation and Chardonnay is the only permitted grape variety.
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