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Louis Latour Mâcon-Villages Chameroy 2013

Louis Latour’s Mâcon-Villages “Chameroy” is a 100% chardonnay sourced from vineyards entitled to the Mâcon-Villages appellation in southern Burgundy.  The vines have an average yield of 50 hl/ha and are mechanically harvested.  In the winery, things are fairly simple: the wine sees a complete malo, and no oak.  The wine has aromatics of stone, bread,…Continue readingLouis Latour Mâcon-Villages Chameroy 2013

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The Mâconnais to Beaujolais

The second last instalment of my tour de Burgundy, covers the Mâcon through to Beaujolais.  These two regions are perhaps unquestionably the most beautiful to visit as a tourist.  Mâcon for its hills and escarpments, Beaujolais for the vines that cloak its hills as far as the eye can see.  The food increased in elaboration…Continue readingThe Mâconnais to Beaujolais

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Louis Latour Chameroy Mâcon-Villages 2011

Mâcon-Villages covers the majority of the white wines of the Mâcon region situated at the southern most extreme of Burgundy (excluding the Beaujolais region).  It’s made from chardonnay, and even in Australia it would appear, is sold at very fair prices.  A pale intensity lemon colour in the glass, this 2011 release from négociant Louis…Continue readingLouis Latour Chameroy Mâcon-Villages 2011