''This is a very ripe, though it does have a stony ‘mineral’ character, with rich dark cherry, liquorice and chocolate. It’s fleshy & carries perfume and stamp of region. I like this wine.'' 93 Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
The pink granite of the soils of steep Fleurie vineyards are more acid and produce lighter, more delicate wines than, say, Morgon, and can be some of the most charming of all Beaujolais. This wine from 50-year-old vines is perhaps a bit more mineral than the supple Brouilly, a slightly more ‘serious’ affair.
''This is a very ripe, though it does have a stony ‘mineral’ character, but with rich dark cherry, liquorice and chocolate, though some dried flower perfume and spice is there too. It’s fleshy and chocolaty, but does carry perfume and stamp of region. I like this wine and best enjoyed young.'' 93 Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
"This Fleurie has explosive floral aromas and is very energetic and focused on the medium-full palate, where the tannins are discreet and the mineral freshness calls the shots right through the vibrant and long finish." 93 Points, James Suckling
"Gosh, this smells gorgeous! Peonies and very ripe nectarines. Lots of acidity, giving the almost sumptuous fruit a crystal-cut sharpness. Deep, intense strawberry and raspberry fruit with that peony-like fragrance still breathing through the whole length of the wine." 17/20, Tamlyn Currin, jancisrobinson.com