The famous “La Madone” hill has panoramic views over the Fleurie appellation, with a backdrop of a chain of summits. Fleurie is only produced in the village that bears its name.

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Below the Mont Genas (which culminates at 388 m of altitude) halfway up the slopes, at 350-360 m altitude. Protected from the prevailing winds to the West by the Madonna and to the North by
Mont Genas. This is an elegant and fruity wine with intense aromas of raspberry and strawberry.

Sandy soil, based on a saprolite and a pink granite with large crystals.

Manual harvesting. Vinification in grilled vats, with 80% de-stemming. Vatting time of 15 to 18 days with gentle pumping over. Aged on fine lees in stainless steel tanks for 9 months.

This micro plot of Fleurie is known as a remarkable lieu-dit, with a strong personality due to its location. La Madone gives small notes of raspberry and silky tannins that give it a good ageing potential.


The 1,2 ha of vineyards belonging to the “Madone” climate, one of the most renowned Fleurie vintage, is planted on pink salmon granitic soils, which are very poor soils with low yield.

60% whole cluster. 15 to 20 day maceration under “grilled hat” for better tannin extraction. 8 to 9 months ageing in vats and wooden tuns.

This organic Fleurie, with a beautiful harmony on the palate, comes from vines grown according to organic farming methods.

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A terroir of pink weathered granite with large crystals.

Temperature-controlled maceration for 15 to 20 days, gentle extraction in order to release silky tannins in the end.

This climat of Fleurie has an intense amaranthine colour with garnet reflections. The nose offers a perfect alchemy between floral light notes of Peony and intense aromas of red berries. The mouth
reveals small notes of raspberry and silky tannins brings a beautiful potential of guard.

Vines are planted on the granite soils (from 50cm to 1 meter depth) and granite arenas of “La Madone” lieu-dit.

Grapes, handpicked, are minutely sorted out. To extract more body, colour and tannins, the
vinification lasts about 20 days in vats covered by a “chapeau grillé” (special grating cover).

The cuvée is a subtle blend of parcels located close to the Château. The ageing process, which takes place in old, ancestral casks, is carried out with pride. This well-balanced wine has silky tannins and an extraordinary length in the mouth.

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Several parcels are in the lieux-dits of “Les Rochaux”, “Point du Jour”, “La Madone” and “Le Bourg”, a stone’s throw from the Château. All in sand over granite sand.

Grapes harvested by hand, then partially destemmed. Ancestral vinification methods using a “chapeau grillé” (special wooden grill) and long vatting. Aged in vats and casks for eight to nine months.

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