In a recent trip to Beaune, France, Burgundy’s wine capital, I was able to buy one bottle of a wine shop’s three-bottle annual allotment of Leflaive Puligny-Montrachet. Anne-Claude Leflaive was widely celebrated as the best maker of white wines in the world. She was 59.
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