Tasting note by Véronique Boss-Drouhin:
"Its colour is rather deep, its nose powerful and verging on candied fruit and spices when maturing. It has good structure in the mouth, without harshness. A good Corton must have "gras" (a velvety texture) to counterbalance tannin and acidity. On the palate, it recalls the candied fruit present in the nose. Very long and persistent, it ends on a very complex note".
Vintage: The red wines are fruity and spicy, with good breadth, and a crisp, pleasing acidity. Their tannic structure gives them a very good ageing potential.