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La Fleur-Cardinale was named after the two racehorses of its first owner Jean-Louis Obissier, in 1975. Although vines were grown here in the 19th century, nothing of note was produced until Jean-Louis took the reins. He sold to Florence and Dominique Asséo’s family in 2001 who have been at the helm ever since. This family estate is now run together with their children and the help of neighbour and oenologist Jean-Luc Thunevin, owner of Château Valandraud. Notable changes have been made since they took over including a new winery and a complete vineyard overhaul. These changes earned them Grand Cru Classé status in 2006. More recently La Fleur-Cardinale has embraced more eco-responsible changes, converting to 100% organic farming and using eco-friendly labels made from sugar cane, hemp and linen fibre alongside renewable vegetable based inks and lighter glass bottles. No gold foil or varnish is used.
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