Saint-Véran

The Saint-Véran appellation was recognized in 1971. It is located in the extreme south of Macon around the Poully-Fuissé appellation. Beyond this begins the Beaujolais vineyards and the Moulin-à-Vent. It extends over 680 hectares around several villages, including that of Saint-Vérand. The soil of the vineyard of Saint Véran is...
The Saint-Véran appellation was recognized in 1971. It is located in the extreme south of Macon around the Poully-Fuissé appellation. Beyond this begins the Beaujolais vineyards and the Moulin-à-Vent. It extends over 680 hectares around several villages, including that of Saint-Vérand. The soil of the vineyard of Saint Véran is separated into two distinctive islands. Depending on the plots, the soils are made up of gray marls, marly limestones, or limestone and flint. These terroirs are ideal for the cultivation of grape varieties such as Chardonnay, and are produced in the north round and fruity wines, to drink young, south dry wines and minerals, with excellent potential for keeping. The wines of Saint Véran are exclusively White. Crystal-clear, pale gold with green highlights, they exude notes of white fruits, acacia flowers or honeysuckle, almonds or hazelnuts. Buttered and vanilla, if grown in oak barrels, they also develop notes of citrus fruits and exotic fruits after a few years. On the palate, they are dry but round wines, with mineral notes. They are generally very balanced between acidity and fat. Like the wines of Mâconnais, the wines of Saint-Véran are still of an excellent quality / price ratio.Enjoy! Big blow of heart of the team.
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