I have always had a penchant for Saint-Veran wines after visting the region in the early 1990s when the Maconnais was emerging from the dark ages. This 2011, produced by Richard and Stephane Martin, has a soft orange and clemetine nose with a hint of honeydew melon. It is subtle, too subtle. Good ripe citrus fruit on the palate. A fresh finish on the back of the tongue. Pleasant, easy-drinking and faultless, lacks edge. Scores 21/30 for a Saint-Veran.