La bouteille Corton Grancey 2012Louis LatourLouis Latour
- Production region Côte de Beaune
- Color Red
- Classification Grand Cru
- Vintage 2012
Region : Burgundy, Côte de Beaune Appellation Corton Grand Cru
Grape Variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Vineyard Data Average Vine : Age 40 years Soil Composition Marl / Limestone Average Yield 35hl/ha Harvest Hand harvested
Winemaking: Fermentation Vessel Large open oak vats Maturation 10-12 months Barrel Type French oak, Louis Latour cooperage
Description: This particular wine is only produced in years when the Pinot Noir grapes reach perfect maturity. The wine derives from the following holdings: Les Bressandes, Les Chaumes, Les Pougets, Les Perrières and Les Grèves, all of which are planted with vines with an average age of over 40 years. After about 10-12 months of ageing, each cask is then meticulously tasted and only the finest ones, showing the best colour, bouquet and capacity to age, will be blended to make Château Corton-Grancey.
Tasting note: The Corton Grancey 2005 offers a rich bouquet of mineral notes (chalk, earth), spices and ripe fruit (black cherry). The wine is well-balanced, supple and round on the palate. The finish is long and firm which is typical of a great Corton.
Cellaring Potential: To keep for 10-15 years
Suggested Food Match: Young boar and black cherries, roasted beef, duck ‘à l’orange’, roasted quail, Roquefort
Serving temperature : Between 16 & 17°C
Address:Maison Denis Perret
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