Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru
Planted in 1950, this plot of land is facing south on the mountain of Corton in 320m of height ; marly soil of yellowish color produced by degradation of the rock. Plot of land is "Charlemagne", at the heart of the appellation.
Pressing shielded from the air (press under carbon dioxide), to protect the precursors of aromas and the colors. Breeding in oak during 16 months. Stirring of the lees. Tangential filtration.
Pale gold, limpid and brilliant, with green highlights in its youth.
Ample and generous, buttery notes, baked apple and citrus fruits.
Rounded opulence, well structured and beautiful length.