Deeply colored with only a touch of bricking on the rim. Very rich, earthy, dense aromas of marvelous complexity lead to intense, big, robust, deep flavors underpinned by solid tannic structure and excellent length. This is a very big wine that has not entirely found its stride yet but everything is in place to permit this to have a long| graceful future. A very impressive if not truly great example of this cru.
Among Faiveley's top grand crus, the Corton-Clos des Cortons exhibits the deepest color. Although it possesses an inner-core of richness and intensity, it is extremely tannic, thus the question mark included with its score. It will be long-lived (10-15+ years), but how much fruit will remain after a decade is debatable. (RP)
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