Fuissé is nestled in a natural amphitheatre, with a forest at its South. There is a light slope in the Northern part of the village, where the Romanin runs. The village is terraced from West to East by the wines’ hillsides.
Fuissé is known for its 19th century great neo-gothic Church, easily identifiable by its tower’s missing arrow. Its heritage is diverse: historic wash-house, typical Mâconnais-Style houses, 14th century Castle and so on.
Fuissé is, together with the hamlet of Pouilly, at the roots of the appellation. The Chardonnay variety, that was spelt “Chardenet” back then, was growing on Pouilly’s hillsides as early as the 18th century.
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