Cave de Fleurie
Cave de Fleurie dates back to the First World War when the women of the village of Fleurie tended the vines whilst the men were at the front line. This spirit of cooperation between the women led to the formal creation of the cooperative in 1927. Today, this Cave has members across Beaujolais and produces excellent value for money wines.
Fruity strawberries and raspberries on the palate with a hint of violet and spice on the finish, this wine has a light body and smooth tannins.
Fabulous with toasted goats cheese salad