I frequently buy this several bottles of this wine every vintage because it's usually reliable and one of the least expensive Macon Villages wines. I can't remember any, though, better than this 2009.
It's a light gold color, bright and lively. I smell white flowers, green apples and citrus--all the lovely smells of a good unoaked Chardonnay. Same on the palate. Fresh and bursting with life. Hint of almonds on the finish. A very enjoyable wine that is readily available in most markets for under $10.