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Pouilly-Fuissé

Mâconnais is in the southern end of Burgundy, just above Beaujolais. The district takes its name from the village of Mâcon, which was the center of a thriving wine trade in the 17th century. In those days Mâconnais produced more red than white wine. Today Mâcconais makes mostly white wine made from Chardonnay grapes and is best known as the home of Pouilly-Fuissé. Pouilly-Fuissé is a white wine appellation made up of the villages of Pouilly and Fuissé. There are no Grand or Premier Crus in Mâconnais. But in addition to Pouilly-Fuissé, village appellations include Saint-Véran, Viré-Clessé and Mâcon and Mâcon-Villages. The Mâcon plus a village name is an allowable wine label. Mâcconais includes 17,300 acres of vineyards. Red wines are made from Pinot Noir or Gamay, which is the primary grape just slightly further south in Beaujolais.

2007 Louis Latour Pouilly Fuisse

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2012 Domaine Robert-Denogent Pouilly-Fuisse La Croix Vieilles Vignes

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2012 Domaine Robert-Denogent Pouilly-Fuisse Les Reisses Vieilles Vignes

WA  92-94   
BH  92   
ST  90+    
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2016 Chateau des Rontets Pouilly-Fuisse Les Birbettes

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2002 Collin-Bourisset Pouilly-Fuisse

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