Known for its method of biodynamic growing, the Leroy estate here crafts a Saviny-lès-Beaune that is mellow and delicate, and can be enjoyed as much in its youth as after a few years of ageing. More info
From the famous Leroy family’s trading house, known mainly for its biodynamic viniculture, this Sauvigny-Lès-Beaune has a ruby red colour from which emanate typical Pinot Noir notes of cherry, blackcurrant, and raspberry. Its palate is delicate and mellow, carried by a liquorice finish. This wine can be enjoyed just as easily in its youth as after a few years of ageing.
The legendary Leroy house in Auxey-Duresses was created by François Leroy in 1868. At the beginning of the following century, Henri Leroy contributed greatly to making these wines famous, and his daughter, Lalou Bize-Leroy, took over in 1971. Moreover, this icon of Burgundy made itself renowned by buying the Domaine Charles Noëllat to create its own domain. The Leroy family is also co-owner of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti with the Villaine family. The wines of the Leroy house have an exemplary quality. No doubt this is the greatest Burgundy wine. The grapes are meticulously selected; they must come from at least responsibly cultivated vines. The winemaking and maturing are carried out with as much care as in the domain that produces exceptional wines.
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