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Lalou Bize-Leroy Hosts Historic Burgundy Tasting

An extraordinary range of Pinot Noirs from 1955, the first vintage Bize-Leroy bought, matured and aged
Photo by: David Yellen

Posted: Apr 20, 2015 11:00am ET

WineSpectator.com members: Read senior editor Bruce Sanderson's scores and tasting notes from a historic horizontal tasting of 1955 Maison Leroy red Burgundies.

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Steve Dunn
Philadelphia, PA —  April 20, 2015 7:10pm ET
I certainly like to read about these great wines, but it is a bit frustrating to realize I will most likely never see of drink one. So, I just skip these blogs now.
Peter Hellman
NYC —  April 21, 2015 3:29pm ET
How reaffirming of faithfulness to Burgundy that these old wines rewarded that faith!

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