Domaine Leroy   Chambertin Grand Cru

1995 Chambertin Grand Cru

By Domaine Leroy

1995 Chambertin Grand Cru from Domaine Leroy, Burgundy, France

Immersed in the heart of Burgundy, the legendary 1995 vintage from Domaine Leroy presents an unrivalled Chambertin Grand Cru that stands as a testament to the mastery and finesse of this venerated producer. The season's climatic serendipity has graced us with a wine that epitomizes the very essence of its distinguished terroir.


Reflections of a Remarkable Year

The climatic conditions of 1995 produced an idyllic balance in Burgundy's vineyards, resulting in grapes that spoke with the clear voice of their origin. The 1995 Chambertin Grand Cru navigates this narrative with a subtlety and complexity that demands one's full attention. Fine investors and connoisseurs alike will note the wine's profound depth, exhibiting ripe tannins and an ethereal texture so characteristic of Domaine Leroy's dedication to quality.


An Exemplary Vintage for Investors

In terms of investment potential, the allure of the '95 vintage is unmistakable. It parallels a convergence of optimal growing conditions and winemaking prowess, culminating in a pinnacle representation of Chambertin Grand Cru. This vintage has matured with grace, revealing layers of cherries, earthy mushrooms and an elusive hint of rose petals.

Upon savouring, one can decipher whispers of damp autumn leaves against a backdrop of intricate minerality and spice. The harmony between acidity and fruit is as seamless as it is enduring throughout the lingering finish, signifying a well-poised ageing potential.

In summary, the 1995 Chambertin Grand Cru from Domaine Leroy resonates as one of Burgundy's definitive vintages; its splendour flourishes magnificently within each bottle. For those seeking to diversify their cellar, this Grand Cru represents not only a sensory delight but also sound choice for long-term wine investment. Its stature within the market is unwavering; it is indeed a consummate embodiment of its year and celebrated cru.

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The 1995 Chambertin is medium-to-dark ruby-colored and reveals hints of amber along the edge of the glass. Aromatically, it displays plums, cherries, and hints of mint. It is a full-bodied, foursquare, long-term wine with unbelievable concentration of fruit. Tarry blackberries and black cherries are intermingled with herbs in this backward behemoth. Projected maturity: 2007-2014.

Pierre Rovani - The Wine Advocate, 27 October 2000

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