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1962 Maison Leroy, La Romanee Grand Cru

Vinous

97

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94
Regular price $4,995
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1962 Maison Leroy, La Romanee Grand Cru

Vinous

97

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94
Regular price $4,995
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Lalou Bize-Leroy was born into wine, her family's negociant business long one of the greatest sources of Burgundy dating back to the mid-19th century. She joined her father in 1955 and became president in 1971, pushing the quality of the wines even further into greatness.

Maison Leroy

Starting in 1868, François Leroy began his negociant house in Auxey-Duresses, though it was a century later that Lalou would join and bring the quality and fame into a new echelon. With the family's purchase of half the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti in 1942, the Leroy family gained further access to some of the greatest vineyards in all of Burgundy.

Through the Maison Leroy, Lalou will guide the hand of several vignerons from essentially every appellation in Burgundy, and capture some of the greatest grapes and wines from these vignerons each vintage. She will often control the entire elevage from her selected vineyards, and hold the wines back until they are absolutely ready to drink, often releasing wines a decade-plus after the stated vintage. There are no limits to the quality control with any wine bearing the name Leroy.

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Maison Leroy

Lalou Bize-Leroy was born into wine, her family's negociant business long one of the greatest sources of Burgundy dating back to the mid-19th century. She joined her father in 1955 and became president in 1971, pushing the quality of the wines even further into greatness.

Starting in 1868, François Leroy began his negociant house in Auxey-Duresses, though it was a century later that Lalou would join and bring the quality and fame into a new echelon. With the family's purchase of half the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti in 1942, the Leroy family gained further access to some of the greatest vineyards in all of Burgundy.

Through the Maison Leroy, Lalou will guide the hand of several vignerons from essentially every appellation in Burgundy, and capture some of the greatest grapes and wines from these vignerons each vintage. She will often control the entire elevage from her selected vineyards, and hold the wines back until they are absolutely ready to drink, often releasing wines a decade-plus after the stated vintage. There are no limits to the quality control with any wine bearing the name Leroy.


Vinous

Vinous

97

A lovingly cared for 1962 Leroy La Romanée was spellbinding. Everything about this wine approached perfection; from the beautiful color to the profound aromatics to the well-defined flavors that danced on the palate with the grace of a ballerina. This breathtaking bottle captured the essence of the alluring qualities that makes perfectly-cared for older wines such a thrill to drink.

What the Critics are Saying

Vinous

Vinous

97

A lovingly cared for 1962 Leroy La Romanée was spellbinding. Everything about this wine approached perfection; from the beautiful color to the profound aromatics to the well-defined flavors that danced on the palate with the grace of a ballerina. This breathtaking bottle captured the essence of the alluring qualities that makes perfectly-cared for older wines such a thrill to drink.