Anne Claude Leflaive

Anne Claude Leflaive

Clau de Nell Anjou Grolleau 2017

Delicious. Took quite a while to open up, but was beautiful when did. — 2 months ago

Olivier Leflaive

Cuvée Margot Bourgogne Pinot Noir

Burgundy Pinot Noir @Hotel Anne Paris — 2 years ago

Domaine Maurice et Anne-Marie Chapuis

Corton-Perrières Pinot Noir 1999

Tasting absolutely amazing - the 1999 consumed on Oct 15, 2016 in Burgundy over dinner with Claude Chapuis. — 7 years ago

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Anne Claude Leflaive

Clau de Nell Anjou Cabernet Franc 2020

2020. I wanted to try something similar in body to the Pinot Noir, but with different aromas and flavors because my daughter has become interested in trying new pairings. Lighter than the Pinot, and had a brett aroma when first opened that was new and unappealing at first, but when it opened up in the decanter, it was our favorite with the grilled lamb kebab. — 3 months ago

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Anne Claude Leflaive

Clau de Nell Blanc de Noir 2020

@delectable: this is the blanc de noir (100% cabernet franc) — a year ago

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Anne Claude Leflaive

Clau De Nell Les Fontenelles Chenin Blanc 2014

Beautiful wine, floral-y, muted fruit nice “heft” to it. Delicious — 5 years ago

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Domaine Leflaive

Les Chenes Macon Verze Chardonnay 2021

Roots of Leflaive family go back to 1717 when Claude Leflaive took up residence in Puligny-Montrachet. Straw yellow color with rich stone fruits, floral and biscuit notes. On the palate flavors of apple, peach and ripe pear with citrus, biscuit notes and gentle spice, great mouthfeel. Long finish ending with fruit, vanilla and a mineral tang. Nice! — 5 months ago

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Anne Claude Leflaive

Clau de Nell Chenin Blanc 2018

a lot of minerals. — 8 months ago

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Domaine Leflaive

Rully 1er Cru Chardonnay 2017

Alex Lallos

Definitely ‘leflaive style’ bravo Anne Claude and the team for biodynamics. Rully at its finest (and maybe it’s most expensive as well) more than rully style, it screams leflaive. Reductive, elegant and yet powerful at the same time. A regal wine and for around $50 almost seems like a bargain. Probably could’ve let this age a few years but I do love the 2017 acid and precision so have at it! ***Don’t forget to sign up for my emails at for up to date offers on rare and limited wines at the best price USA... ask anyone, I don’t disappoint!*** — 4 years ago

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