Red Le Musigny wines are held in very high regard, and rank among Burgundy’s most expensive wines.
Le Musigny is a Grand Cru vineyard site right at the heart of Burgundy’s Côte de Nuits wine district in the parish of Chambolle-Musigny, the vineyard was officially classified as a grand cru in 1936. Leroy production is microscopic, even by Burgundy standards. Across her 22 hectares, comprising holdings in 25 different vineyards, Madame Leroy produces less than 600 cases per year.
Leroy has pushed the very boundaries of what a Burgundy wine could be. All grand cru Leroy wines regularly feature in the world’s 50 most valuable wines.
- Pinot Noir
Rue Du Pont Boillot, Meursault, Bourgogne, France