Type: Red Wine
Country: France
Region: Beaujolais
Code: FLEU220
Domaine Pardons' Fleurie is made using old vines that gives it unrivalled intensity and vibrancy that sets it apart. Immensely food friendly, it's a dinner party classic.
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Domaine Pardon et Fils

The passion for wine and the vine have been associated with the Pardon family since 1820, when Antoine Joseph Pardon, a wine-grower at l’Ermitage in the commune of Régnié Durette, was already producing and selling his wines in France and throughout Europe. At the beginning of last century, in the 1900s, Louis increased sales to restaurants, hotels, and brasseries in Paris (mainly) and also in other French cities. After the First World War, in order to meet his customers’ growing demands for quality wines from Burgundy and Côtes du Rhône, Louis obtained a licence as a Wine-producer / Merchant, then selected and added a number of wines to his range. This led to substantial expansion for Pardon &...
Intense red colour. Notes of small red berries, ripe fruits. Structured well, with present but well melted tannins.
Enjoy with a roasted leg of lamb.
Handpicked Gamay grapes picked at full maturity in early September. Grapes transported to the winery. 80% whole bunches used with a percentage of destemmed grapes. The crushing of these grapes by sheer weight initiates intracelluar fermentation. Semi-carbonic maceration for 6 days (whole berries) in cement tanks before pressing and the ferment continues normally for 7 days following. Malolactic fermentation done at 100%. Aged in steel tank 3 to 4 months before bottling.

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