Robert Parker(2014 Vintage) The 2014 Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru has a clean, well defined bouquet with hints of almond and white chocolate, although I was seeking a little more personality to come through. The palate shows the nose how it’s done and it is probably more indicative: spice, ginger, almond, citrus fruit and a touch of white peach. This is very complex and the more you remain in its presence, the more it wins you over. Cellar this for 4-5 years and you should have a very fine Corton Charlemagne on your hands, but it covets its secrets for now.
International Wine Cellar(2003 Vintage) Rating: 93-95 - As reviewed by International Wine Cellar Shows an impressive depth of aromas on the nose - upfront vanilla, creamy butter, nougat, macadamia and toasted almonds are intertwined with opulent tropical fruits and spices. The palate is humble to begin with, but builds majesticaly into an orchestral array of flavours and textures with alluring hints of minerals among its peaches, apples and tropical fruits, nutty, fresh baked bread and buttery oak influenced struct...