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While there isn't the same classification of vineyards in the Macon as other parts of Burgundy, if there is a 'Grand Cru' in the Macon, it's the climat (vineyard) of les Quarts. 40-70 year old vines, owned entirely by the Bret Brothers family for generations, this is one of the most interesting terroirs in the Macon. The earth smells of licorice, and the wine is a study in balance, with power and elegance working together to create something greater than its parts. Don't miss this wine.
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