JancisRobinson.com – 17.5
Displays the weight and intensity of Corton-Charlemagne nicely, with layered almond-cream oak notes, stones, bay-leaf herbal notes and lemon. I’d just like a little more acidity here, for greatness.
Anticipated maturity: 2024-2035
Burghound – 91-94
Note: from En Charlemagne Tasting note: A cool and super-fresh nose is composed by notes of green apple, citrus peel, wet stone, white flowers and a discreet hint of wood toast. There is both fine density to the sappy and stony larger-scaled flavors that culminate in a citrus-tinged finish that is admirably long and solidly complex. This well-made effort is sufficiently tightly wound that it should evolve gracefully over the next 10 to 12 years.