Mouzon-Leroux is the only specialist we can think of from Verzy, one of the great Grand Crus of Montagne. This is pretty neat, because Verzy is a rare Grand Cru that actually points northeast, so it has very cool vineyards produces wines where mineral is far out in front of fruit. All of this is enhanced through organic and biodynamic farming, and a hands-off approach in the winery -- malos are allowed to occur naturally and virtually no sulphur is used. Mouzon-Leroux is one of the elite producers who can claim membership in the Special Club.
What importer Skurnik Wines has to say about this wine...
cépage 60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnayassemblage 50% l’Atavique 2015, 50% l’Ataviquebetween 2014 and 2010village/vyd Verzy Grand Cru; Clay, chalk, and flintmalo Yesélevage Used French oaksur latte 44 Monthsdégorgement January 2020 (1.5)