2013 Maison Leroy pommard

Pinot Noir - 750ML
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Color & Type Red
Varietal Pinot Noir
Country France
Region Burgundy
Sub-region Cote de Beaune
Appellation Pommard
Vintage 2013
Size 750ML
Percent alcohol 13%
Closure Cork

The 2013 Maison Leroy Pommard is a stunning example of the Pinot Noir varietal from the renowned Burgundy region of France. With its vibrant red color and elegant label, this wine immediately catches the eye and piques the curiosity of any wine enthusiast.

Upon opening the bottle, the intoxicating aromas of ripe red fruits, such as cherries and raspberries, fill the air. These fruity notes are complemented by hints of earthy undertones and subtle oak, giving the wine a complex and enticing bouquet.

On the palate, the 2013 Maison Leroy Pommard delivers a symphony of flavors. The ripe red fruits from the nose continue to dominate, accompanied by a touch of blackcurrant and a delicate spiciness. The wine showcases a perfect balance between fruitiness, acidity, and tannins, creating a harmonious and well-structured profile.

As the wine lingers on the palate, it reveals its true character. The tannins are refined and velvety, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication. The finish is long and memorable, leaving a lasting impression on the senses.

This Pommard wine from Maison Leroy is a true expression of the terroir of the Cote de Beaune region. It showcases the unique characteristics of the vineyard, offering a glimpse into the rich history and tradition of winemaking in Burgundy.

With an alcohol percentage of 13.0%, this wine is perfectly balanced and can be enjoyed now or cellared for further aging. Whether you are a seasoned wine connoisseur or a curious beginner, the 2013 Maison Leroy Pommard is a must-try for anyone looking to experience the elegance and complexity of Burgundy wines. Cheers!