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Wine Spectator Score: 94 Open Wine Spectator Score: rating modal
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WINE SPECTATOR 94 POINTS - "This round, rich Champagne has a plush creaminess, which is well met by a backbone of racy acidity that drives finely meshed flavors of baked nectarine and apricot fruit, candied lemon peel and ginger, pastry cream and toasted hazelnut as they expand on the palate and through to the zesty finish. A lush version, with a sense of restraint. Disgorged April 2021. Drink now through 2029."

Clos Le Léon, which is located in the Premier Cru village of Dizy is the newest clos. It was divided into three plots after an inheritance, and replanted in 2008. Jean-Paul Hébrart's dream as a winemaker had always been to gather these three parcels to reunite the original Clos and create a single vineyard wine. After 14 years, Jean-Paul has realised his dream, and launched the 2014 vintage of Clos Le Léon in October 202. It is an Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs, vinified in oak barrels without malolactic fermentation, left seven months on fine lees and finally aged 72 months in bottle.
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