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Anne Sophie Dubois L’Alchimiste Fleurie

$48.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Fleurie, Beaujolais, France
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Gamay

Anne Sophie Dubois L’Alchimiste Fleurie is well-defined and focused on the nose, with blackberry and raspberry fruit as well as a touch of loam and orange rind. Detailed, though never powerful. The palate is medium-bodied, cohesive, and smooth with fine-grained tannins. Lightly spiced on the finish, this is a very endearing Fleurie from Anne-Sophie Dubois.

Book: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Anne Sophie Dubois L’Alchimiste Fleurie

Anne Sophie Dubois L’Alchimiste Fleurie is well-defined and focused on the nose, with blackberry and raspberry fruit as well as a touch of loam and orange rind. Detailed, though never powerful. The palate is medium-bodied, cohesive, and smooth with fine-grained tannins. Lightly spiced on the finish, this is a very endearing Fleurie from Anne-Sophie Dubois.

About Anne Sophie Dubois, the Winemaker

Anne Sophie Dubois is part of a young generation of winemakers changing Beaujolais. Born and raised in Champagne, she caught the wine bug early. Anne Sophie spent her formative years learning the ropes in Burgundy. (Far from the usual story of winemakers in Beaujolais.) The economics of vineyard ownership in France have made many regions unapproachable for a young vigneron. Especially those without a considerable amount of wealth. Beaujolais is one of the few where that is not yet the case. Anne Sophie fell in love with Gamay and decided that Fleurie was where she wanted to call home.

About the Winery

Her domaine resides on eight hectares in the heart of Fleurie. The vines are now farmed by organic means. Most of her plots are already of considerable age, her oldest vines are 60+ years old. Fleurie has provided Anne Sophie with a canvas of old vines and granitic soils. Here she brings to the table a strong commitment to working the soil, staying out of the way in the winery, and a style that favors a Burgundian approach to vinification.