Tasting notes: A wine that develops a complex and full-bodied aromatic range with notes of toasted bread and honey. This is coupled with a beautiful delicacy due to its location on the hillside. This racy wine is pire and straight, and carries a good ageing potential.
About the winery: The Leflaives can trace their Burgundian history back to Claude Leflaive who made his home in Place du Monument in Puligny Montrachet in 1717. Since then the family has always owned vines in Burgundy. Olivier Leflaive's philosophy involves producing great wines, with the utmost simplicity. Their expertise and experience in buying grapes allow them to have total mastery over vinification and wine maturation. Each Cuvee benefits from an individual approach, keeping the spirit of the estate and ensuring the authenticity of each terroir is fully respected.
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