Meet the members of the Fringe Société.
Scenic bike rides through lavender farms in the south of France, oysters & the slow food movement.
Participating in team games like tunnel ball, rainforest walks & picnics in caves.
Playing charades, karaoke & their friend ‘Ladybird’.
Snails & winter. In that order.
Sun tanning, SPF50 & pina coladas.
42 degree days.
Banana splits, 90s disco tunes & roller derby
Juicy, crisp & refreshing white peach & citrus with tropical mango & a touch of lemon blossom.
“cocktail of stone fruits, tropical fruits and some citrus notes; a very refreshing drop”
Wine of the Week Nov 2021
A bright & zesty nose of lemon, green apple with a vanilla & hazelnut complexity resulting from a perfect balance of oak.
A ripe & juicy Gamay. Plum & berry with warm spices & lively acidity.
“Seriously juicy young gamay from Fringe Société”
Silky & elegant with raspberry, summer fruit, a touch of black pepper & balanced by velvety tannins.
Vibrant red cherries, strawberry and a hint of tarragon. Deliciously dry and moreish.
A winemaking collective of colourful vignerons who love nothing more than a long lunch and sharing the fruits of their toils.
In true collective manner, individual members of the coterie seek out the best sites to grow the collection of classic and emerging varieties.
Fringe Société is best enjoyed over robust tastings, boisterous long lunches or splashed amongst friends, because life is more interesting on the fringe.
Sourced from established vineyards in regional France, Fringe Société offers a fresh take on both classic and emerging varieties.
IGP Comté TolosanVineyards are located in the Adour and Garonne River basins, between the Atlantic Coast to the west and the Massif Central mountains to the east, with mainly alluvial soils. The climate is predominantly maritime, with mild, fresh summers and cool, wet winters. A small proportion of fruit is selected from vineyards further east that experiences a hotter, continental climate.
The region benefits from the Mediterranean climate, with its coastline bordering the region in the South, it provides hot and dry summers for a perfect maturity. On the other side, the Black Mountain brings enough humidity and cool temperatures for the vineyards to produce fruit packed with delicate and elegant aromas due to a long, cool growing season.
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