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Review BONNEAU DU MARTRAY CORTON-CHARLEMAGNE GRAND CRU 2017
BONNEAU DU MARTRAY CORTON-CHARLEMAGNE GRAND CRU 2017
91-93 Points - Neal Martin - Vinous - "The 2017 Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, aged in around 30% new oak from three coopers, has quite an assertive bouquet; for me, the wood component is a little conspicuous at the moment, despite the modest percentage that it represents in the blend. The palate is more harmonious, and here the wood component feels better subsumed into the fabric of the wine. It offers a fine bead of acidity (pH 3.20), a sense of energy toward the finish and veins of orange pith and light spicy tones. This should be fascinating to watch, but I would like to see that wood component on the nose become fully integrated."