Mâcon lies 45 minutes by autoroute to the south of Chalon-sur-Saône. It is closer to Lyon than Beaune. For a style of wine sometimes confused with Chablis, it is worth noting that there are 219 kilometres between the two towns, making for real differences in climate.
The quality hierarchy in the Mâconnais starts with generic Mâcon, which may be red or white. Mâcon-Villages is a step up, applying to white wines only. The top status, again for white wines only, is conferred on the 26 communes who can use their village name after Mâcon.
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Verzé is a village to the north west of Mâcon. Sheltered by hills, it enjoys views over the Saône river, a tributary of the Rhône.