Domaine Auvigue | Mâcon

The name ‘Auvigue’ was already known in 1629 in the vineyards of Beaujolais and Mâconnais. Today, this dynamic family business is operated in the third generation and closely follows the traditional methods of Burgundian viticulture.  Since 1946, the winery has been located in a converted mill, the Moulin du Pont, in Charnay-lès-Mâcon. The grapes come from family estates covering 6 hectares, including 2ha that have been organically farmed for over 20 years, in the Mâcon-Solutré and Pouilly-Fuissé appellations. 

Jean-Pierre Auvigue in the cellar

Jean-Pierre, Sylvain & Cecile at Vins Auvigue, Charnay-lès-Mâcon, Burgundy 


To allow each parcel to present the unique microclimates, the brothers Jean-Pierre and Michel Auvigue, third generation winemakers, always adapt the vinification process to the requirement of each plot. The wines are only lightly filtered before being bottled to retain all the elements required for the development of their true Burgundian nature. Jean-Pierre and Michel are now passing on their expertise and the estate to their nephew Sylvain. 


Greater Burgundy region


2018 Mâcon-Villages Moulin du Pont (arriving Spring 2019)

2017 Mâcon-Villages Moulin du Pont


  • Grown on clay and limestone in the village of Chaintré, Loché and Milly-Lamartine,
  • Stainless steel vats are used for vinification. After fermentation the wine is aged on fine lees for 6 months to add complexity before bottling in spring.
  • A pure expression of Chardonnay from a limestone soil.
  • Aromas of white flowers and white stonefruit with a lovely freshness on the palate. Hints of undergrowth and hazelnut, slightly buttery with a generously round, acidic finish. Aging potential 1 to 3 years.