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Natural cork. Leroux’s 2021 Chambolle was drawn from a range of sites—not least a 1955 parcel of Les Véroilles, in the village portion of this high, rocky vineyard. Then there’s a healthy addition of Les Athets at the base of the hill, on soils of clay, silt and limestone. There’s also some declassified 1er Crus Les Chatelots. So, outstanding terroirs! Using roughly 30% whole bunches and 20% new oak, Leroux has sculpted an outstanding rendition of the village.
“From up and down slope, Véroilles and Les Athets, more the latter this year. Medium colour, rich strawberry notes, though not much whole bunch, jammier fruit on the palate, with an agreeable finish of medium length.” 88-90 points, Jasper Morris MW, Inside Burgundy
“The 2021 Chambolle-Musigny Village comes from the top and bottom of the slope. It has a bright nose with raspberry and cranberry fruit, fine definition and good vigour. The palate is medium-bodied with judicious use of whole bunches. It has a gentle grip with quite a peppery finish. This is promising.” 89-91 points, Neal Martin, Vinous
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