Fleurie Domaine du Bois de l’Oise

A lighter style of cru Beaujolais, Fleurie is characterized by blossom-like red fruit and the unmistakeable aromas of les fleurs rose and violet. Undoubtedly the prettiest of the crus, Fleurie is excellent chilled.

Fleurie itself is found in the north of Beaujolais and covers an unbroken area of three square miles. The soil here is almost entirely made up of pinkish granite that is unique to this part of Beaujolais.

Domaine du Bois de l’Oise is located in La Chapelle-de-Guinchay, in the north of the Fleurie appellation.


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Tasting Notes:

Elegant aromatics of fruits and spices, vibrant Gamay palate – fruit forward with with with raspberry and cherry flavours dominating and a smooth finish.

Ideal with grilled meats and soft cheeses.

About the Producer

François Martenot

The history of Maison François Martenot dates back to the beginning of the 20th century when Lucien Gustave Martenot acquired a 10ha domaine in Savigney-les-Beaune that had been founded by the then sole owner of Chateau du Clos Vougeot.

From this illustrious start Martenot, based in Meursault and now part of Les Grandes Chais de France, has extended its activities through Burgundy and Beaujolais to the Rhone and Languedoc – the latter, for those customers that have good memories, was the JC Beauvoir range.