Ratings & Tasting notes:
91-93 points Burghound Once again reduction flattens the fruit and renders the nose difficult to evaluate. There is excellent richness and superb volume to the muscular and quite fleshy middle weight plus flavors that display plenty of stoniness on the very rich and mouth coating finish. This is a big wine even by the typically full-sized standards of the appellation yet there is no sense of heaviness or lack of vibrancy. (6/2014)
90-92 points Wine Advocate The 2012 Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru was inexplicably showing a little cloudiness in the glass. Still, the nose is beautifully defined, airy and pure with hints of limestone, creme fraiche and freshly sliced apple. The palate is very well-balanced – understated at first and then building in intensity in the mouth and yet, it does not quite deliver the complexity that I was anticipating after the ethereal nose – at least not yet! Give this several years in bottle to let it show what it can do. (NM) 90-92+ (12/2013)
Always stored in a climate controlled cellar.
Some minor label damage as shown, and wax seal is chipped. Discounted slightly due to these minor issues. However the bottle has been stored perfectly and is in overall excellent condition.
The bottle shown is the exact item being sold.