Aline and Vincent acquired this nice parcel of Corton in 2003,which beautifully complements their range of wines with a Grand Cru. It was initially totally planted with Pinot Noir but they replanted a part of the parcel with Chardonnay and produced the first white Grand Cru bottles in 2008. This appellation is shared between only two producers,that is the reason why it is quite rare.
Located between Corton Perrières and Corton Chaumes, this vine is mostly protected by a stone wall, at the exit of the village of Aloxe-Corton
Red clay gravels
Average age of the parcels:
Approximately 15 years
The soils are tilled, vines pruned in guyot simple, de-budding adapted to the age of the vineyard and its vigor, sustainable agriculture, manual harvest.
Vinification and ageing
The grapes are pressed, then racked in temperature controlled tanks for 24 hours. No artificial yeasts added, exclusively indigenous yeasts to maintain the typicity of the terroir and of the vintage. Fermentation in barrels at the natural temperature of the cellar.
The wine is bottled after 15-18 months of aging on the lees. Racking occurs after the malolactic fermentation. Filtration if necessary according to the vintage. Bottling at the domaine.
100% oak – 30% new barrels
You will appreciate in this bottle the typicity of Corton soil: fat and powerful.
The nose is complex and quite dense with flint and white fruits scents. It is a mouth-filing, well textured Corton with strength together with freshness and an unctuous final.
6 – 15 years
12°C – 14°C
Our Corton Grand Cru will be absolutly delicious with scallops carpaccio or turbot with Burgundy mustard sauce.