Wines overview


Domaine Leflaive’s Grand Vin, old vines here have an average age of more than 50 years, which is reflected in the taste. A fine Bienvenue with a floral, creamy nose of real intricacy and a full, golden palate.


With slightly younger vines than the Grand Vin one might expect a simpler wine in the Batard-Montrachet, but they’d be wrong. This offering boasts a floral, nutty perfume, zesty and rich, with a lovely minerality and succulent density.

Chevalier Montrachet

The wine most closely associated with Anne-Claude’s father Vincent, the Chevalier-Montrachet offers a dry, masculine reserve with richness and profundity, a rich biscuity nose and a layered palate. Overall an intense and concentrated wine.


One of the domaine’s most consistent high scorers, the Montrachet, manually harvested and fermented in 100% new oak casks, is a medium-bodied, juicy and expressive wine, crammed with mineral, toast and blossom flavours.