Macon Lugny wines are those produced under the Macon appellation within the communes of Bissy-la-Maconnaise, Lugny, Saint-Gengoux-de-Scisse and Cruzille. Lugny is one of the better-known names of the Macon appellation, largely due to the success of the Cave de Lugny co-operative.
Macon is a generic appellation for red, white and rose wines from the Maconnais sub-region of southern Burgundy. However, a number of communes within its catchment area have been recognized as sources of higher-quality wine and may append their names to that of the appellation on their labels. While all of these communes may use their names on white wine labels, only two-thirds of them produce red and rose wines of sufficient quality to earn this privilege.