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Benjamin Leroux Savigny les Beaune Hauts Jarrons Rouge 2015

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Screwcap. The vines here form a part of the La Dominode terroir in the heart of the 1er Cru Hauts Jarrons. Located on the east-facing slope of Savigny the vines here are on the Beaune side of Savigny from where the most elegant wines tend to derive. This is a site owned by one of Leroux’s close friends. Like most of the terrain in the Côte d’Or, the soils here are clay/limestone, but here the clay is light and sandy. It offers more texture and weight than the villages cuvée, as you would expect, but also a filigree elegance with aromas and flavours of wild strawberry and crushed herbs. In the mouth there’s surprising density and supple grip as well as vibrant freshness. Another great effort—this is Savigny writ large.  


“This is at once cooler and more elegant with its pretty combination of violet, red cherry, earth and a hint of oak. The sleek, focused and more evidently mineral-driven medium-bodied flavors possess good verve as well as fine intensity on the beautifully well-balanced finale. Lovely.” 90-92 points, Allen Meadows, Burghound issue 66


“The 2015 Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru Aux Jarrons has a more introspective bouquet than the village cru, adorned with dark cherry and bergamot scents, nicely integrated oak lending a sense of aromatic seamlessness. The palate is very fine, silky smooth with well-judged acidity, the 25% whole bunch fruit barely noticeable on the seductive finish. What a gorgeous Savigny-lès-Beaune!” 91-93 points, Neal Martin, Wine Advocate #228

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Volume (ml)750ml
Winemaking PracticesMinimal Intervention
Vineyard PracticesMinimal Intervention
Product typeWine Red Pinot Noir
Vintage2015
CountryFrance
RegionBurgundy
Sub-RegionSavigny les Beaune

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