Côte de Beaune
Limestone and clay with stones
Manual harvest is small cases, followed by careful manual sorting of each grape. The wine is aged for 13 months in 35% new oak.
Intense bouquet with aromas of red and black fruit, spices and a touch a oak. Rich and structured on the palate, this wine needs a bit of patience in order to reveal its raciness and great distinction. Excellent ageing potential.
Points of Distinction
- Le Corton is the historic vineyard, which gave the name to the Corton appellation.
- The only Grand Cru on the Côte d'Or to be divided into sous-climats