Tasting notes: A nose with a deep bouquet as always in this cooler climate. The aromas are subtle and floral (violet, faded rose). The richness of the vintage also gives it very ripe aromas of blackcurrant and blackberries. The palate is intense, fresh and structured. The light terrain of the slopes produces wines remarkable for their finesse: Fleurie is often presented as the most feminine of Beaujolais wines.
About the winery: Founded in 1928 by Claude Henri Trenel, the house was developed by Andre Trenel and his friend Jules Chauvet until 1988. It subsequently passed to his nephew Bruno Chambe, followed by Herve de Boissieu then Gilles Meimoun. Since 2015 the Maison Trenel has been managed by M. Chapoutier, another great connoisseur of wines as well as our liqueurs. Trenel's renown is due to both its high standards in selecting wines, choosing only those which reflect our region's finest Terroirs, and to its artisan production of Bourgogne fruit liqueurs.