31. Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, Domaine Louis Latour

Côtes de Beaune. 2009
  • £127.00
The nose of this golden wine may still be under-stated, but the lovely sunny top fruit notes have already combined with a buttery nuttiness that is fine and mouth-filling. (Walter Hicks) Critics’ average score is 94 pts., with James Suckling giving the wine 97pts. who also said “…amazing depth of fruit…full bodied, there is so much behind it…” Others said it could age 4-10 years. (Rupert Brendon) (2) 14% vol