Benjamin Leroux is one of the most talented winemakers of his generations. A few years back he resigned from his job as régisseur at Comte Armand, and is now focusing on this own negociant business in Beaune.
The 2017 Chambolle-Musigny Village, a quarter of which comes from the Premier Cru Les Chatelot, has a tightly wound blackberry, briar and raspberry bouquet displaying fine mineralité. The palate is medium-bodied and quite linear, with grippy, slightly chalky tannin and a touch of spice toward the finish. There is good tension here, although I would like a tad more length. 90/100 vinous.com