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The complete climate of Corton-Charlemage is situated north of the town of Beaune and has a complete different geolog...Read more...
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The complete climate of Corton-Charlemage is situated north of the town of Beaune and has a complete different geologie in comparison to the Grand Crus of the Montrachet. The Grand Cru Corton Charlemagne is produced within the villages of Aloxe Corton, Pernand Vergelesses and Ladoix Serrigny. This great terroir got its name from the famous emperror Charlemagne who ordered the plantation of vines in a big part of his domaine which was offered in 775 to the Abby of Saulieu. The wine from this terroir has an impressive complexity, exclusively due to different soils within the three villages. The wines devellop mineral and homney tones and need at least 5 years in bottle before they express their fully potential.
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