|Burgundy||2016||Corton Charlemagne, Louis Jadot||BT||5||0||1,350.00||12||60||150||92.00||92.00||Corton Charlemagne, Jadot||0.75|
|Wines are offered subject to remaining unsold. E&OE.|
The Corton-Charlemagne is quite ripe and expressive this year, offering up aromas of yellow orchard fruit, preserved citrus, pastry cream and toasted nuts. On the palate, the wine is ample, full-bodied and powerful, with some chalky grip on the finish, a generous core of rich, succulent fruit, and good concentration. This seems set to drink well shortly after release.
Cask sample. Tantalising aroma – so young but you can sense the potential. Deep, pure citrus, barely inflected by the creamy oak but given breadth and texture by it. Deep with richness that borders on just-ripe pear even though the lemon purity drives to the finish. It may well age longer but these days I am more cautious with white burgundy.