Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru Domaine

Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru Domaine

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Product Description

Appellation Corton Charlemagne/ Subregion: Cote de Beaune
Vineyard Size 3.6 Ha
Color White
Grape Varieties Chardonnay
Vintage 2009
Bottle Size (Cl) 75
Type of Soil clayrich marly soils,Limestone
Vinification Hand picking in small cases

Depending on the profile of the vintage,

maturing is carried out for 12 to 14 months in French oak barrels, with a proportion of new barrels that may be up to 20%.

Type Fruity , Toasty aromas, Rich and powerful on palate
Service Temp 12-14°C
Ideally Consuming Period Drink now - 2030
Food & Wine Pairing Lobster, Vietnamese Shellfish, Vietnamese Snails

International Wine Cellar:

"Pale yellow. Tight, slightly metallic nose hints at lemon, lime, green tea, creme brulee and vanillin oak. Very ripe but firm on entry, with penetrating stone fruit and lemon-lime flavors. Then explosive on the back half, with a rising, compellingly tactile and sweet finish that suggests a great future. These vines were picked very late, noted winemaker Prost, who added that he used a higher percentage of new oak for this cuvee (18%) than for any of his other whites in '09"

International Wine Cellar : 95/100