Mâcon Milly-Lamartine is a great value wine from a small vineyard of 1.5 hectares in sustainable farming. A simple and fresh Chardonnay with pure minerality, very typical of the Mâcon area. On the palate, aromas of citrus and flowers end up with a very decent finish. A really well-made BurgundyCommune: Berzé-la-Ville, at the place "Le Molard" Type of wine: Chardonnay Parcel area: 1.5 ha Average age of the vines: 10 years Soil: clay and limestone. Renovation of a plot of land transformed into a historically wine-growing meadow Exposure and slope: south-west, height from 375 to 415m, slope from 25 to 30% Cultivation method: grass and shallow plowing on alternate rows, well thought-out protection > Vinification Grape harvesting: mechanical Pressing: pneumatic Racking: 36 hours, static, cold to obtain very clear juices Alcoholic fermentation: in thermo-regulated casks at about 18°C. local yeasts Malolactic fermentation: full and spontaneous Aging: 6 months in casks, on lees, without stirring Bottling: in spring, after the grape picking > Tasting A wine on fruit and freshness Storage time: consume within three or four years Drink with: aperitif snacks (cheese puffs and pastry, Burgundy goat’s cheese ‘buttons’), seafood, shellfish, sushis.