George DuBoeuf's bottling is nearly always the least expensive Macon-Villages on the market. But then Macon should be an inexpensive every day drinking wine, and, at $8 to $10 a bottle, DuBoeuf Macon-Villages is nearly always worth buying. It is particularly good in the 2009 vintage.
Medium yellow. Bright apply fruit, with a delightful fragrance that you expect more from Riesling or Pinot Blanc. Brisk acidity, ripe fruit, a long finish. Good value; buy more.