Saint-Véran 2022 - "The Golden Coast"

  • White
  • 75 cl

Among the most famous localities of Saint-Véran, the Côte Dorée (formerly Côte Rôtie) is particularly successful here with this 2022 vintage. Made by Domaine Guerrin in Vergisson, this Saint Véran is very intense, with rich and precise aromas.
Fine, refined and very expressive, to associate with crustaceans, shrimps, crabs, scallops ...

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Saint-Véran 2022 - "The Golden Coast"

  • Complex

  • Powerful

  • Mineral

  • Fruity

  • Woody

Saint-Véran 2022 - "The Golden Coast"

The Saint-Véran "La Côte dorée" of Domaine Maurice Guerrin will offer you the aromas and balance characteristic of this great wine of the Mâconnais: mineral and sweet, it will offer you its notes of pear or candied orange. Charming and very concentrated, his expression is rich and complex.

Facing south, summers are very sunny and very hot, so this terroir is called "roast". The maturity of the grapes is therefore particularly early, the wines are rich, generous and delicate. The stony soil is shallow, it consists of clay but especially a high percentage of limestone.

After manual harvesting, the juices are gently extracted using a pneumatic press. The vinification is carried out in oak barrels of 1 to 5 wines, 15% of which are new. Ageing for 10 to 12 months allows the wines to be matured slowly.

This wine with intense aromas of ripe lemon and yellow flower benefits from a beautiful balance between substance and freshness. Once in the mouth, it stands out for its sweetness and complexity. There are slightly jammed citrus notes, a touch of dried fruit and finely buttered and toasted aromas.

Operating temperature:

10 to 12 ° as an aperitif, 12 to 14 ° at the table

mets & vins

Intense and floral Burgundy white wine: terrine, small oven, freshwater fish, sushi, crab, prawns, seafood, veal in white sauce, poultry blanquette, poultry fillets, county, gouda, camembert, brie


  • Appellation

  • Type of Wine

  • Wine Making

    Oak casks
  • Grape Variety

  • Harvest

  • Burgundy Region

  • Vintage

  • Service

    14 to 16 degrees
  • Custody potential


Saint Véran

Wine Characteristics

The colour is that of very pale yellow gold, brilliant and crystal-clear. The nose develops subtle fruit aromas (peach, pear) or acacia, honeysuckle and bracken, often over notes of fresh almond, hazelnut, cinnamon, butter, and sometimes honey. Exotic fruits are sometimes present, as are citrus notes (orange peel). On the palate, this white wine is dry and well-rounded, mineral (gun-flint) and lively from the first attack. Acidity and fatness come increasingly into play. The structure is harmonious, fresh and round.

Wine Steward’s Tip

Its clean, open attack and its citrussy notes call for dishes which can somewhat mitigate its ardour. An oily fish, poached or simply fried, will play this role, especially as the wine’s range of floral aromas respond splendidly to the fine salty flesh. Variations featuring seafood will also do well, as will risottos containing sea-food or mushrooms whose mellow texture will blend harmoniously with the acidity of the wine. It is also well-suited to goat cheeses, Bleu de Bresse, Comté, Beaufort, and Gruyère.
Serving temperatures: 9 to 11°C for young wines,11 to 13°C for older wines.


The SAINT-VÉRAN AOC, which was granted in 1971, lies in the South of the Mâconnais region, forming a belt around the appellation POUILLY-FUISSÉ.
As it is often the case in Bourgogne, the AOC embraces a number of villages from Prissé and Davayé lying to the North of the Rock of Solutré to Leynes, Chasselas, Chânes, part of Solutré-Pouilly and (of course) Saint-Vérand itself all lying to the south. The soils, ideally suited to the Chardonnay, produce only white wines.


The appellation SAINT-VÉRAN is split into two separate islands by its close relative Pouilly-Fuissé. Both occupy slopes forming part of the chain of hills to which the Rock of Solutré belongs. This rocky backbone is made of fossiliferous limestone of the Middle Jurassic. On the Western side are older (lias) rocks covered with grey marls on which the vineyards of Chasselas and Leynes occupy South and West-facing sites. The gentle Eastern slopes are composed of marly limestones on which are found the East-facing vineyards of Prissé and Davayé. At Chânes and Prissé, on the left bank of the little river Grosne, the vines grow on fossiliferous limestones, often overlain by a layer of clay-with-flints with “chailles”.

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Domaine Guerrin - Vergisson

Producer of Pouilly Fuissé and Saint Véran

Fabien Guerrin joined his parents 5 years ago and is gradually taking over the estate, located on the heights of Vergisson in Southern Burgundy, in the Mâconnais wine region.

Between the rocks of Solutré and Vergisson, the Guerrin family estate is constantly looking for finesse, purity and balance in its great white wines of Burgundy. Very attached to traditional viticulture, mainly manual, and respectful of the environment.

Among the qualities in the vineyard property's management, it is worth noting that the soil is ploughed, which allows the roots to go down to depth, controlled yields and manual thinning allow the Chardonnay to be offered ideal conditions for ripeness.

Manual harvesting combined with slow and natural vinification, carried out thanks to the yeasts naturally present in the grapes, allow the soul and authenticity of the terroir of each wine to be preserved.
The wine is aged on lees in oak barrels and lasts from 11 to 12 months depending on the vintage and the typicity of the terroir.