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Our vineyard is located in the middle of the hills overlooking the village of Fleurie. We cultivate and develop a beautiful vineyard of 11 hectares anchored on a granitic sandy soil...Lire plus Learn more
Our vineyard is located in the middle of the hills overlooking the village of Fleurie. We cultivate and develop a beautiful vineyard of 11 hectares anchored on a granitic sandy soil. On the gentle slopes on which the vines are planted, the sunshine is ideal.
We manage our vineyard with pure respect for the ecosystems that are present here: plants but also animals! The harvest is entirely done by hand to obtain a better quality grape, which earned us the Terra Vitis certification in 2005.
Very recently, we obtained the High Environmental Value Level 3 (HVE3) label. We offer Beaujolais lovers two red wines with the Fleurie appellation. Our white wine is from the Beaujolais Villages appellation and we also make a Crémant de Bourgogne.
This estate has always been managed on a family basis. Since the 18th century, different families have maintained and developed the 11 hectares of vines planted on the hills of the Hameau des Labourons.
As the years go by, the winegrowers never stop innovating in the vineyard and the wine lovers of Domaine de la Bouronière notice it. Since 1992, the estate has been part of the Beaujolais "maturation network".
In 2001, a great step was taken by the estate, which began to grass the rows of vines that allowed it. The goal? To be able to welcome natural protectors in the vineyard. The winegrowers continue their fight for the respect of the environment in 2002 with the subsoiling of certain plots. The whole family was finally rewarded when they received the Terra Vitis certification in 2005, which congratulates the winegrowers for investing in sustainable agriculture.
At the estate, we are in love with Gamay. If most of the Beaujolais vineyard is planted with Gamay, here we only cultivate this grape variety! With the latter, it is possible to produce white, red, rosé and crémant wines. We do the proof!