Fell allitle flat for me considering the Leroy name. Too mellow, not enouh going on with this wine.
Four and a half glasses
This is a well-developed example of what Burgundy's Pinot Noir can do. It is well-balanced, more acidic upon first blush, with a long, mellow finish. Spicy, dried fruits mix with subtle mineral notes for an elegant aroma that blends well with a medium-bodied, yet full-flavored palate. An excellent value at $35 for a well-aged red wine.
Food Pairings for Leroy Bourgogne Rouge
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