Our recent awards

médaille d'or concours 2014 vigneron indépendant médaille d'or concours 2010 vigneron indépendant médaille d'argent concours de Lyon médaille d'or Grand Vin du Beaujolais médaille d'or Saint Vincent 2010 médaille d'argent Macon 2011

Technical information about the Fleurie

Vine, Black gamay with white juice. The Fleurie takes from the granite soil its nice and intense carmine red robe, its fruit and flower aromas.

Our Fleurie wines are very typical with touches of irises, raspberry and red fruits. The long fermentation allows to keep it five years. Great vintages like 2005 and 2009 can go as far as 7 years if kept in good conditions. During its evolution the wine will take a few spicy notes which will make it more complex. The tasting qualities of our wines associate elegance, finesse, and a nice harmony for the tasting.

Professional buyers:
currently for sale: FLEURIE 2014 (20,000 bottles)
on sale in fall 2016: FLEURIE 2015 (20 to 30000 bottles)

Customers:
Download the 2015/2016 prices


Tasting of our vintages

Fleurie A.O.C 2014

cherry-coloured color, fresh red froots aromas, well-balanced taste, smooth tanins. Serve with “Andouillettes” and Beaujolais specialities,(Lyon saucisson) white meat, quenelles, and cheese.

Production area: Beaujolais Cru

Grape-variety: 100% black Gamay white juice

Vintage : 2014

Type of wine: still red wine

Type of soil: granite

Alcoholic Strength : 13°

Vinification: half carbonic according to the Beaujolais tradition (12 days of fermentation)

Evolution: to be kept 4 to 5 years

Type of bottles: Burgundy tradition of 750 ml

Harvest: September 15st/2014

Bottling: July 2015

Packing: expedition box for 12 bottles with alveolus.
sizes: 49/31/18cm - weight per case : 16kg 300

Palette: 600 Bottles (50 boxes)

Amount available: 15000 Bottles

Medals: Gold Medal at the 2014 competition of Independent Winegrowers.GUIDE HACHETTE 2016.



Médaille d’Or au concours 2014 des Vignerons Indépendants

Fleurie A.O.C 2010

cherry-coloured color, fresh red froots aromas, well-balanced taste, smooth tanins. Serve with “Andouillettes” and Beaujolais specialities,(Lyon saucisson) white meat, quenelles, and cheese.

This vintage is no longer available for sale.

Production area: Beaujolais Cru

Grape-variety: 100% black Gamay white juice

Vintage : 2010

Type of wine: still red wine

Type of soil: granite

Alcoholic Strength : 13°

Vinification: half carbonic according to the Beaujolais tradition (10 days of fermentation)

Evolution: to be kept 5 to 6 years

Harvest: September 21st/2010

Bottling: July 29th /2011

Medals: Silver Medal in MACON tasting - 57e concours des Grands Vins de France.



médaille d'argent Macon 2011

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