Over just a few years, the wines of Anne-Sophie Dubois have totally captivated us.
Based in Fleurie, a cru typically known for its delicate perfume and silky fruit, Anne-Sophie's formative years in Burgundy are starkly evident. With her old vines (they are all quite old, but the oldest are 60+ years old) and her precise vinification techniques, she crafts wine of impeccable terroir and minerality.
A core tenet at the domaine is that 80% of a wine is made in the vineyard; farming—certified organic in 2017—is done with the goal of creating a microcosm of biodiversity. Anne-Sophie credits the poor granite soils with much of her success—a robust grape like Gamay needs to be tempered by struggle to reveal its finer side.