Saint-Veran is an appellation for dry white wines produced in the southern half of the Maconnais sub-region of Burgundy. The appellation is roughly divided into two islands, separated by the vineyards of Pouilly-Fuisse.
The northern half is home to the communes of Davaye, Prisse and Solutre-Pouilly, the last of which may produce both Pouilly-Fuisse and Saint-Veran wines. The southern half comprises the communes of Chanes, Chasselas, Leynes, Saint-Amour and Saint-Verand (from which the appellation gains its name). The final 'd' of Saint-Verand was lost due to an administrative error when the appellation laws were being drawn up in 1971.