Philippe Leclerc Wine Cellar, Gevrey-Chambertin

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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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  • Our group of 4 was warmly welcomed to this establishment, and we toured their cellar and downstairs area prior to the tasting. The tasting was led by Benjamin, who grew up on a vineyard and was fun an...  more »
  • Our group of 5 enjoyed trying and buying the wines and touring the cellar. First winery we have stopped at that offered to coordinate shipping to the US. Not cheap but offset by saving the 20% VAT. Gr...  more »
  • We visited here one afternoon and were pleasantly surprised with how good the wine is. Since it has the look of a more touristy place, we were a little concerned, but once we tasted the wines, we were...  more »
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  • Stopped by here unannounced on a Saturday. Tastings are free with any purchase -- but beware, they tried to overcharge us. My husband and I shared a glass but the staff wanted to charge us for TWO tastings with the claim that it was for 2 people, even though the pours were clearly for 1. (Or less... they weren't very generous) To me, that is a pretty unethical way of dealing with visitors.
  • 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!
  • Great place and friendly staff, is not trade or feels be the cattle. Yet in view of the quality of their wines, they could easily.
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