Mâcon in the Burgundy region of France. It is known for producing white wines made from the Chardonnay grape variety. The wines produced in this region are typically dry and medium-bodied, with flavours of apple, pear, and citrus fruit, and a hint of mineral and oak. The region’s terroir, which is characterized by its limestone soils, is said to contribute to the wines’ distinct flavour profile. There are several sub-regions within Mâcon, such as Mâcon-Villages, Saint-Véran, and Pouilly-Fuissé, each with its own specific regulations and characteristics.