The Mâconnais district lies in the south of the Burgundy wine region in France, west of the River Saône. It takes its name from the town of Mâcon. It is best known as a source of good value white wines made from the Chardonnay grape; the wines from Pouilly-Fuissé are particularly sought-after. Almost all the wine made in the Mâconnais is white wine. Chardonnay is the main grape grown, in fact there is a village of that name in the far north of the region. A little Pinot Noir is made into red Mâcon but only for local consumption. Gamay is grown in the Beaujolais cru of Moulin-à-Vent which extends into the Mâconnais, but has little in common with the wines north of the border.
The `Clos de Condemine` sits on a small clay slope in the village of Charnay les Macon, yielding fruity, elegant Chardonnay. A pale gold in colour with a typically ripe nose of pear, white peach and plum. The palate is well balanced and creamy with red apple, peach and honeydew melon flavours that combine with mineral elements, to linger on a powerful finish.
A perfect match for mixed salads, asparagus, grilled vegetables and quiches, cold fish dishes and white meats.