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90-93pts, Burghound
(from parcels in Les Renardes, Le Corton and Le Charlemagne). This too is very firmly reduced and unreadable. Otherwise there is excellent volume and concentration to the overtly powerful big-bodied flavors that deliver excellent length and about the only nit is a trace of warmth that is just enough to detract mildly from the overall sense of balance. Still, this too flashes fine development potential and this too is going to need at least some patience.

WHY WE LOVE IT
  • BLEND
    Chardonnay
  • APPELLATION
    Corton Charlemagne
  • ALCOHOL
    13.50%
  • SIZE
    750ml

Take a deep breath. Ok. Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru White Burgundy, $99. One more time. CORTON CHARLEMAGNE Grand Cru White Burgundy, $99. This is next level magic friends.

Domaine Antonin Guyon is one of the largest family-owned wineries in the Côte d’Or and, in a relatively short period of time (given all the other centuries run family businesses of France), have quickly developed a reputation of pristine quality and prestige.

This particular bottling is irresistibly tasty. Concentrated, mouth-coating, full of chalky minerals and gun flint with honeysuckle, bee pollen, wet rocks and kumquats. Salty Meyer lemons, honeyed yellow apples, poached pears, the notes are endless! Not to mention the vibrant acidity that just dances along the tastebuds! Beautiful long finish (and we mean really long). Pour it into the decanter and let it develop an even more expressive palate. This beaut can age too. Save a few for the cellar, it’ll only get better.

$99. Most Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru wines trade upwards of $150+. It’s hard to say $99 is a bargain, but this certainly is. Limited supply, get it while you can! 

THE STORY TO KNOW

Domaine Antonin Guyon is one of the most prestigious estates in the Côte d’Or, as well as one of the largest family-owned wineries in the region. Started in the 1960s by Antonin Guyon with parcels of land in Gevrey and Meursault, the domaine is controlled and operated today by Antonin’s sons, Dominique and Michel. This 47 hectare property now produces wines of impeccable quality from 15 different appellations, including some of the most renowned villages of the region.