An elegant Fleurie with subtle floral aromas surrounding a core of deep red fruits, well flavoured with a meaty character.
With over 42 years experience, Olivier Ravier is one of the most iconic and respected winemakers in Beaujolais. He is a former President of the Beaujolais growers association and has been appointed as an expert at the National Institute of the French wines appellation by the French government. His in-depth knowledge of the region, its climate, and the Gamay variety, is second-to-none. Living in the heart of the Fleurie appellation, he produces wines which overflow with typicity from the Beaujolais terroir.
The average age of the vines is over 40 years and these old, gnarled Gobelet trained vines sit in granitic and sandy soils.
This Fleurie was vinified in the traditional way, with a semi-carbonic maceration lasting for eight to twelve days. The fermentation was temperature controlled throughout and following the fermentation, it underwent a malolactic fermentation, resulting in a softer style of wine.
Quintessential Fleurie with subtle floral aromas surrounding a core of deep red fruits. The palate is full of finesse, with a rich and silky texture and an attractive hint of bitter cocoa on the finish.
This elegantly styled wine accompanies grilled steak with sautéed potatoes or match with aged cheese.
The technical information on this wine is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. This information may be subject to change according to vintage
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