$76.00 (per case $228.60)
This is not a new Cuvée but it was not sold in France until recently. The largest part of the Bret Brothers' Mâcon-Villages is a blend of barrels of Viré-Clessé « La Verchère », Saint-Véran « En Combe », Pouilly-Fuissé « En Carementrant », etc. that are de-classified to make this extremely high quality 'entry level' wine. It is ideal with goat cheese from the Mâconnais !
|Format:||3 x 1500ml|
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