The small village of Mâcon-Chardonnay isn’t coincidentally named. It claims to be the birthplace of Chardonnay and made a name for itself in the 19th century for producing high-quality Chardonnay wines. Cave de Lugny are true specialists – they’re the biggest Chardonnay producer in Burgundy, but they don’t rest on their laurels. They’re determined to prove that classic Burgundy doesn’t have to be expensive. This wine is a case in point. This Chardonnay is rested on its lees. They intensify the flavours and gives the texture a creaminess which is really moreish. It’s got lovely ripe fruit flavours. Peach. Apricot. Apple. Citrusy freshness. It’s fantastic with soft, creamy cheese.