Olivier Leflaive Frères

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The philosophy of Olivier Leflaive is to produce simply great wines. There are no secrets to this – everything starts in the vines with good grapes. In 1982 Olivier Leflaive became co-manager of Domaine Leflaive, along with his uncle Vincent, and later with his cousin Anne-Claude. In 1984 while at the helm of Domaine Leflaive, Olivier decided to create his own company, to buy grapes and make wine, this is Olivier Leflaive Frères.

Although the quality of the harvest is key, vinification and ageing also play a major role in bringing out the essence of each appellation.  Franck Grux and Philippe Grillet make it their daily task to ensure the quality of the wines and respect for the terroir. As such, the estate’s approach is to treat each cuvée individually.

In a similar way, Olivier has continued to expand his estate since its creation. Running the business means guaranteeing maximum control over the vines. Today, the estate covers some 17 hectares, and is the result of carefully-managed acquisitions over the years.

The work of the team reflects the company’s family spirit. A solid core of people have been part of this adventure for many years, which ensures a rigorous approach and constant quest for improvement.

Olivier Leflaive’s vocation is not just about making good wine. It is also about bringing a human face to the world of wine and breathing fresh life into it.

Maintaining a personalized and convivial relationship with his clients, taking the time to share the richness, diversity and sensitivity of the world of wine through a complete oeno-touristic immersion from vine to glass – these are some of Olivier Leflaive’s other ambitions.

France Burgundy

Olivier Leflaive Frères “Les Sétilles” 2016 [6/cs]

Les Setilles is a selection of Chardonnay from 60 plots located in the villages of Puligny and Meursault, 41-year-old vines growing in calcareous and...
France Burgundy

Olivier Leflaive Frères Puligny-Montrachet 2016 [6/cs]

The Leflaive family has resided in the village of Puligny-Montrachet for centuries; today, it is home to Maison Olivier Leflaive. The terroir here is...