Domaine Leroy   Musigny Grand Cru

2015 Musigny Grand Cru

By Domaine Leroy

2015 Musigny Grand Cru from Domaine Leroy, Burgundy

The majesty of the 2015 vintage in Burgundy is captured resplendently in the Musigny Grand Cru from Domaine Leroy. It was a year marked by an unusually warm summer, punctuated by cool nights, granting the Pinot Noir grapes a harmonious balance of ripeness and acidity rarely achieved. The season's benevolence is embodied in the depths of character found in this exceptional wine.


Embarking on a Remarkable Journey

Sourced from one of the most illustrious plots in the Côte de Nuits, the 2015 Musigny Grand Cru reveals the astuteness of Domaine Leroy’s viticultural precision. Madam Lalou Bize-Leroy, the doyenne of Burgundian wine, has long championed biodynamic practices, and it is these that have sculpted this wine’s distinctiveness. Its opulent and layered complexity is a testament to an extraordinary vintage meeting unparalleled expertise.


An Investment Worthy of Time

Musigny Grand Cru denotes royal lineage among wines, and investors are wise to recognize its inherent value. The 2015 vintage from Domaine Leroy ascends beyond expectation with an intense bouquet of red and black cherries, violet florals, and an earthy minerality that entices profoundly. On the palate, it offers a tapestry of flavour – a seamless interweaving of dense fruit, supple tannins, and a reverberating finish.

The longevity promised by such wines merits the attention of collectors. Patience will reward those who allow time for its crescendo of complexities to mature into an even more staggering symphony.

In conclusion, the 2015 Musigny Grand Cru from Domaine Leroy stands as one of the impeccable embodiments of its vintage—a bottle that commands respect within one’s portfolio just as much as it does upon one’s table.

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The utterly profound 2015 Musigny Grand Cru from Domaine Leroy, the crowning achievement to an extraordinary portfolio and a wine that brought tears to my eyes, wafts from the glass with a deep bouquet of black raspberry, cherry, rose petal and spice. On the palate, the wine is bottomless and multidimensional, with satiny tannins and fruit of crystalline purity, so utterly harmonious and structurally complete as to border on the ineffable—and certainly to exhaust any tired superlatives. The finish is incredibly penetrating and persistent.

William Kelley - The Wine Advocate, 29 March 2018

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