This is “The Queen of Beaujolais.” The vineyards are planted at a higher altitude on the steep slopes at the foot of La Madone.The wines are lighter in style and highly aromatic with a ’feminine’ quality. Think roses, iris and violet along with some ripe red fruits and peach!
If you’re just getting into Bojo, the wines of Fleurie are a great place to start.
We introduce Fleurie. Intense colour with attractive purplish reflections. The nose is complex: a beautiful maturity with notes of black fruits such as the blackberry, the black cherry or the blueberry. In mouth, wealth, softness and mineral tastes underline a perfect balance between freshness and aromatic complexity.
Food pairing: Bird, red meats, white meat fishes.