Corton-Charlmagne grand cru 1991

Bonneau du Martray

129,60 €

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Main features

  • Volume:
    0,75 l
  • Colour:
  • Serving temperature:
    12 - 14°C
  • Year: 1991
  • Grape variety: Chardonnay
  • Stile of Wine: Rich white
  • Alcohol level: 12.50 %
  • Level of sugar: Dry
  • Region: Burgundija
  • State: France
  • Paring with food: Veal, Young cheese, Truffles, Pastas

The large and splendid estate of Bonneau du Martray, owned by the Count de La Moriniere, is something of a rarity in Burgundy: its more than 25 acres form one continuous vineyard. What is all the more remarkable is that this great swath of vines produces two of Burgundy's finest wines - Corton (from Pinot Noir) and Corton Charlemagne (from Chardonnay). The wines are made by traditional methods: soft pressing, barrel fermentation in new oak and careful aging. These are long lived wines that need a few years to show their character.