Clos de l’Église hails from the southerly village appellation of Mâcon-Charnay, just north of Boutinot’s Burgundian base in Saint-Vérand. The vineyard has a fantastic south-east facing position sweeping downhill from the front of the Roman village church (Sainte Madeleine). It looks towards the dramatic scenery of the prehistoric site of the Roche de Solutré. It’s here that the fruit is grown for this elegant, unoaked Mâcon-Charnay.
Sourced from 30-50 year old vines from a single, once walled vineyard, sited next to a church.
Food match maybe with with a puff pastry chicken pie, or with roast belly pork.