2 Stars Guide Hachette
"A superb golden and shiny color dresses this intense grand cru, very fruity (pineapple, orange, tangerine), mineral, a little spicy and woody with elegance. On the palate, it is rich, concentrated, generous and long, underpinned by a fine freshness with tones of ripe citrus. A remarkable balance."
Vinous Reverie Notes
Tasting Notes: Pale gold in its youth and adorned with green reflections, Corton-Charlemagne takes on amber and more yellow nuances with age. Of infinite delicacy, its bouquet expresses, on buttery tones, baked apple, citrus fruits, pineapple, linden, fern, juniper, cinnamon and flint. Honey notes are frequent. The glass and the palate are filled with a powerful breath. a remarkable acidity, perfectly mastered by a round opulence on the palate, With virulent richness, the Chardonnay appellation Corton-Charlemagne amazes here by its concentration, its distinction and its balance. Rarely does the grace of the grape variety establish such a close link with the character of its terroir. Food Pairing: The natural candidates will also be foie gras, whose bitterness will be framed by the minerality and the power of Corton-Charlemagne. More classically, noble crustaceans, whose delicately strong flesh leads to a spectacular harmony: lobster, lobster, crab. Poultry and veal in white sauce will also honor the Corton-Charlemagne appellation, as will blue cheeses.