For Nothing goes better with our wines from Southern Burgundy than our goat's cheese. !

Did you know that?

The tradition of making goat's cheese in the Mâconnais is closely linked to vine-growing.

In the past, winegrowers also raised livestock. The use of meadows interspersed between the vineyards meant that a few goats could be used to produce food for the family... and manure for the vines!

Mâconnais PDO

The flagship product of southern Burgundy, this little cheese made from raw goat's milk is sure to tantalise your taste buds. Its fine texture, with a slightly bloomy, creamy or bluish rind, brings out the flavours of hazelnut. After a 15-year wait, Mâconnais was granted PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) status by the decree of 09 September 2006.

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