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2004 Leroy (Domaine) - Bourgogne Pinot Noir - France - Burgundy - Red - Regional

France - Burgundy

Red Pinot Noir - Regional
Producer Notes

"Domaine Leroy is a welcome reminder of the difference between the very good and the great." - Michel Bettane, Vins de France

Created in 1988 - beginning with the purchase of the 12 hectares Domaine Charles Noellat in Vosne-Romanee - Domaine Leroy has become one of the most impressive and vaunted properties in Burgundy. Cultivation follows strict biodynamic parameters and the... More »

Score
92
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Drink Dates
Comm: 2011-2016
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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 131
Author RDV
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 94.383%
Tasted On 07/13/2014
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Author Patrick
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95.952%
Tasted On 07/05/2014

Ridiculously good

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Author Todd W59
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 06/21/2014
Drink Dates 2014-2018

Opened an hour prior to drinking; did not decant. As typical with other Leroy bottles from 2004, color was cloudy and now light red and orange. Nice nose with lovely red fruit, some earth and a bit of tar (?). On the palate, some crunchy red fruits with bright acidity and a fairly lengthy finish. As usual with Leroy wines for me, the nose is so inviting and interesting ... almost could just smell it all evening.

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Author Anthony D526
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.94%
Tasted On 04/19/2014
Drink Dates 2009-2014

Consistent notes. There is a wonderfully unique component (animal/musk?), especially on the nose, that I have only found on Leroy & DRC red Burgundies. Deceptively light to medium mahogany red color consistent with this light, early maturing vintage; significant sediment that requires the bottle to be standing up at least 48 hours before decanting; fresh fruit, esp. black, spice; haberdashery & musk on the nose that follow through on the palate; opened up even more an hour after decanting; concentrated & complex w/great balance & elegance - emphasis on finesse rather than power; soft integrated tannins; very long complex finish. A lovely Burgundy that is drinking well now but probably near the end of its drinking period.

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Author Reed D
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 97.526%
Tasted On 03/31/2009
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