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Just south of Beaune, east of Nantoux and Volnay, the commune of Pommard includes some three hundred hectares of Premiere Cru. The wines of Pommard are best known for their earthy tannins and substantial palates, almost single handedly responsible for the misconception throughout the world of wine that good Burgundy should be a heavier, solidly structured style. La Levriere is five hectares of old Pinot Noir vines, established soon after the second world war, a mere two hundred dozen are made each year.
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