Both negociant and grower, Benjamin Leroux founded his Burgundian label in 2007, having built up a successful career at Domaine du Comte Armand in Pommard. Benjamin is regarded as a very talented and charismatic vigneron, producing wine from his own vineyard sites in the area of Beaune as well as from grapes grown by other recoltants throughout the Côte d’Or. He is insistent on only using fruit that has been grown organically and biodynamically to ensure that the resultant wines reflect their terroir. He also refrains from using too much new oak in the winemaking so as not to mask the purity of the fruit flavours created by the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. This producer is certainly one to watch, not only for the impressive growth in vineyard holdings over the last few years but also for the consistent quality of wine apparent in every bottle.
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2009 was a very good vintage in Cote de Beaune
2009 was a very good but short-lived vintage for red and a good vintage for white wines in Burgundy
Other 2009 Cote de Beaune
2009 Nicolas Potel Maison Roche de Bellene Volnay Vieilles Vignes: £61
2009 Chanson Pere & Fils Beaune Clos des Feves: £100
2009 Domaine Louis Boillot Volnay Les Caillerets Premier Cru: £125
2009 Frederic Cossard Abbaye de Morgeot Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru: £250
2009 Ponsot Corton Les Bressandes (150cl): £725