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Le Meurger Mâcon-Villages 2017 - *Web Exclusive*

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The Chardonnay grapes for Le Meurger Mâcon-Villages are grown on the hillsides of Macon, around the Vire-Clesse area. The soils here have a higher amount of limestone than most of the region, giving the grapes a more elegant style, and lending the wine a slightly more mineral edge on the finish.

Light citrus aromas of lemon and pear are enveloped with acacia honey. Citrus follows onto the palate, where lemon and lime starts followed by a floral honeyed finish. Best served chilled, this dry white wine will open up in the glass to give a surprising length and a ripe, sweet fruit finish.

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Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet
Chardonnay (100%)
Suitable For Vegans
Suitable For Vegans
Le Meurger Macon Villages 2017 - *Web Exclusive*

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