Mâcon Milly-Lamartine




AOC Village

Grape variety


Located west of the longest limestone secondary mountain ranges that stretches from Tournus in the north to Fuissé in the south, the vineyards of Milly-Lamartine occupy the westernmost slopes of the Mâconnais' vineyards. It is unique in that it is influenced by the coolness of the higher altitudes of the Haut-Mâconnais, of between 290 and nearly 400 m.
The vines grown in a diversity of soil types (limestone, clay, marls) depending on the plots. Exposure varies too, ranging from northeast where it is cooler to southwest where the vines are more exposed to the sun.
The name "Lamartine" was added to the name of the village of Milly in 1902 in honour of the famous poet, Alphonse de Lamartine, who was mayor of the village and owned an estate here.


Fresh, delicate nose with scents of gunflint and menthol which mingle with notes of peach and apricot. On the palate, this wine's body and aromatic complexity are balanced by lovely freshness that is characteristic of this higher altitude terroir.

Food/wine pairing

Taste this wine with simply prepared fish and seafood, or with white meats and poultry, grilled or served in a light sauce.

Serving and keeping

Serve at 11-13°C (53-55°F).
To taste young on the fruit or to keep 2 to 3 years.


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