Olivier Leflaive’s village level Puligny Montrachet is sourced from 21 separate plots throughout the appellation. The unique characteristics of each plot combine in the bottle to provide a wine of great richness, complexity and ageability.
The Leflaive family has resided in the village of Puligny Montrachet for centuries and it is now home to Maison Olivier Leflaive. With its variety of 1er Crus and a shared portion of Grand Crus Le Montrachet, Bienvenue-Bâtard Montrachet and Bâtard Montrachet, the terroir of Puligny is second to none. Each year Leflaive produces close to a dozen unique cuvées from these world class Chardonnay vineyards.
Bottle Size: 750ml
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NoseNoble and distinguished aromas with notes of citrus, beautiful minerality and toasted scents. The mouth is elegant with a very long persistence.
FlavorBaked apple, peach, spiced pear, subtle pineapple and mango flavors, lemony acidity
TasteBeautiful minerality, acacia blossom with depth and persistence
FinishLayers of toast, complex texture, hazelnut, baking spice, fresh baked pastries
"Fermented and aged in wood, this is a rich wine. Its spice, ripe pineapple and mango flavors and dense texture show intense freshness as well as layers of toast, a complex texture and a short aging potential." - Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast, 92 points