Anne-Sophie Dubois is part of a new generation of rising star vignerons in Beaujolais. Based in the heart of Fleurie, Anne-Sophies' wines epitomize delicacy and finesse, with a style and approach aligned with the Gamay grown in the area. Having learned winemaking in Volnay, she draws from her experience there to elegant wines; full of depth and aromatic complexity, and without the over-extraction of fruit.
In addition to a Beaujolais blanc, Anne-Sophie produces three additional cuvées, the most accessible wine being the Paso Doublé Gamay, which is labeled as Bourgogne Rouge and meant to be enjoyed upon release. Her other two wines, l’Alchemiste and Clepsydre, exhibit considerable aromatic complexity, depth, and nuance on the palate. She refrains from using new oak, and prefers to utilize cement vats and larger neutral oak casks for fermentation and aging. The resulting wines are renditions of gamay abound with fruit, finesse and exquisite balance.
Anne-Sophie Dubois "Paso Doble" Bourgogne Rouge
Anne-Sophie's first wine from her range of Beaujolais. From young vines planted in the Fleurie AOC. The soils here are highly granitic.
Anne-Sophie Dubois "l'Alchemiste" Fleurie
From southwest facing vineyards in Fleurie AOC. Soils are highly granitic. Dark berried fruits, tempered by mineral and black tea nuances. Seamless and very elegant.
Anne-Sophie Dubois "Clepsydre" Fleurie
Clepsydre, the french word for water clock, were used as time measuring instruments in ancient Egypt. This cuvée is named as such because it is the one of Anne-Sophie's wines that require the most time and patience to show the full extent of its aromatics and flavor.