Philippe Leclerc Wine Cellar, Gevrey-Chambertin

(4.5/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
Philippe Leclerc Wine Cellar is located in Gevrey-Chambertin. Our Dijon vacation planner makes visiting Philippe Leclerc Wine Cellar and other Dijon attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If your cellars are not open to the public, we understand. But in this case useless to indicate that you're open. The pleasure of coming home it is to meet you
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  • great wines, friendly people, very fascinating reconstruction and to find new and new underground cellars. Super
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  • We expected a lot of this visit and were very disappointed! Despite the organization prior to this visit with a touch of exploitation by mail no one has seen fit to warn us that the cellar was under construction... Visit of the cellar of the impossible shot with our customers with whom we came specially... I don't know of the announcement of the price of the tasting to our customers... No specific home for groups in a professional... No fun and very bad memory I will not return even after the work! We will find other places more friendly with our clients!
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  • Worth the visit. Truly interesting museum (just a display of old stuff you walk and see, not with real museum atmosphere or vibe) and friendly stuff that shared a lot of information about the wine and origins etc
  • Amazing. To my mind the most beautifull cellars of burgundy. The museum is great, the cellars are amazing, charming staff (who teach me a lot of things about wine). And the most important : the wines are very very good and not so expensive. I bought very good wines and I spent a great moment in "Domaine Philippe Leclerc" To my mind the best place when you are searching some burgundian wines.
  • After a beautiful and impressive front window display promising warm reception and friendliness with seemingly no bounds, the reality inside was much different. Reception was brisk, questions answered with cold abrupt answers. Wine was very good though, but that's not the be all and end of all of an experience in the Bourgogne though. There are much friendlier Domaines in the area, I would try those first and see what I mean when you get to Phillipes!
  • Visited Philippe Leclerc in 1999 and bought part amazing 1. GRY wines vintage 1990. They were friendly and very willing to understand others ' language or my limited French language. I shall definitely visit them again, for it was a really nice and lovely experience
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  • The wine's good... very good. The small museum visit to soak up the atmosphere before a little exciting tasting.
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