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Located to the west of the longest of the limestone secondary mountain ranges that stretch from Tournus in the north to Fuissé in the south, the vineyards of Milly-Larartine cover the Mâconnais region's last west-facing slopes. They are unique in that they are influenced by the cool temperatures of the first heights of the Upper Mâconnais micro-region, at altitudes ranging between 290 and nearly 400 metres. The vines are planted in rather diverse types of soil depending on the plot (limestone, clay, marls). Exposure on the hillside also varies, ranging from northeast for the cooler slopes to souithwest for the sunniest. The name Lamartine was added to the name of the village of Milly in 1902 in homage to the famous poet, Alphonse de Lamartine.
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