Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Pucelles," Dom. Leflaive
Organic

Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Pucelles," Dom. Leflaive - 2017

Item # 29577 750mL
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Item Notes

  • Limited Production: Only 1 bottle(s) per customer

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Biodynamic

Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.


Tasting Notes

Les Pucelles is located next to Clavoillon and below Les Caillerets; the soils are rich in limestone, with an excellent exposure. The Puligny-Montrachets of Domaine Leflaive are classics of the region, exhibiting honeysuckle and citrus on an opulent nose. Fuller bodied, with balancing acidity, this is an extremely stylish wine, meant for company or keeping.


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About the Producer

Puligny-Montrachet Burgundy, France Leflaive is a tightly knit, proud family who can date their ancestry back to the Middle Ages and speak about the terroir of their land in terms of centuries rather than decades. Patriarch Claude Leflaive established the house in 1717, but the “modern” winemaking started in 1920s with the marriage of Joseph Leflaive, into a vineyard-holding family in Puligny....

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