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The Fleurie has an intense crimson colour and reveals a range of fruity and floral aromas: iris, violets, roses, red ...Read more...
Bright thistle, rose petal and soil tones frame an attractive core of red fruit. Showing a little power and depth on the palate this has a fair amo... Read more
This is packed with ripe, almost jammy, black cherry, boysenberry and damson plum fruit flavors, but well-balanced by integrated, juicy acidity. Th... Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Georges Duboeuf Fleurie
Bright thistle, rose petal and soil tones frame an attractive core of red fruit. Showing a little power and depth on the palate this has a fair amount of fruit tannin supporting bright and fresh red cherry and blue fruit flavors that are framed with hints of sweet herbs and a little mineral edge that drives the fairly long and focused finish. perhaps a little pasty in the mouth with extract, this is pretty easy to enjoy today yet it might improve in the cellar. 87pts
External Reviews for Georges Duboeuf Fleurie
The Fleurie has an intense crimson colour and reveals a range of fruity and floral aromas: iris, violets, roses, red berries and wild peaches. The Fleurie is elegant and fine, and generally described as "feminine".
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