- AppellationMâcon Villages
- Grape varietyChardonnay
- Average vine age 30 years
- SoilClay and limestone
- Average yield50 hl/ha
- Cellaring Potential3-5 years
- Serving temperature 10-12°
- Maison Louis Latour, in keeping with its traditional preoccupation with quality, purchases grapes from competent growers with holdings in the most esteemed vineyards in the Mâcon-Villages zone. The wine is bottled during the following Spring at the 'Clos Chameroy' in the outskirts of Beaune. In this way Mâcon-Villages « Chameroy » represents the epitome of classical white Burgundy reflecting the fusion between the noble Chardonnay grape and the calciferous terrain of the area. It possesses a fresh, creamy bouquet which prepares the palate for the suave, billowing aftertaste.
Vinification & Ageing
- FermentationTraditional in stainless steel vats, temperature controlled with complete malolactic fermentation
- Ageing8 to 10 months ageing in stainless steel vats
- Tasting NoteThe Mâcon-Villages Chameroy 2011 is of a light golden colour. It offers a floral and titillating nose. Round and candied fruit on the mouth, muscat-like notes can be smelt with mineral freshness.
- Food PairingShellfish - fish - charcuterie - Comté cheese
- Mâcon-Villages "Chameroy" 2013 - Dorset Echo - December 2015 - "Uplifting and refreshing"
This classic Burgundy blonde displays a beautiful bouquet of ripe, white fruits and an elegant round palate with hints of pear and tropical fruit. Uplifting and refreshing. By Catherine Bolado (UK)
- 2006 Mâcon-Village Chameroy - Jancis Robinson – February 2008 – 15.5 points :Grassy and a note of green apples. Dry, cedary, crisp but a little hard and hot at the end. Drink 2008-10.