top of page
Mummy Wine Club logo

Domaine Corsin, Mâcon-Villages 2018

Light lemon yellow colour

Fresh, youthful, ripe apple and quince with touch of floral

Extremely well balanced, delicate and crisp and at the same time flavourful and fruity, fun and easy

Macon Villages  NEW FS.jpg
Domaine Corsin WInery.png

About the Producer

A fifth-generation Burgundian wine producer

Domaine Corsin has established an excellent reputation for making wines in Saint Véran and Pouilly-Fuissé since 1864. They were among the first to label the wines as Pouilly-Fuissé and Mâcon blanc. Joseph Jacquet, the founder of the domaine, had only two hectares of Chardonnay when he started making wine. In 1971, with the advent of the Saint Véran appellation, Joseph’s grandson André acquired new vineyards in Davayé and Pouilly-Fuissé. His two sons, Jean-Jacques and Gilles, subsequently joined him in the family business. Today, the domaine, now in its fifth generation, owns 13.6 hectares of Chardonnay in the Mâconnais.

Domaine Corsin Harvest.png
Penne Pasta

Wine & Food Matching Ideas

perfect pre-dinner aperitif

White fish

Fish & chips


Goats cheese &

honey on toast


Pork dishes

Vegetarian pasta

Truffle chicken & potato gratin.png

Try it with

Truffle chicken & potato gratin

Let's take a page out of Hemignway's book for this food & wine matching idea. After all he and Fitzgerald enjoyed their Mâcon with an "excellent truffled roast chicken." There are many recipes online for this dish if you have fresh truffles (lucky you!) if not, this particular one used truffle from a jar which can be found in most delis. 
bottom of page