Louis Latour Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2007 Front Label
Louis Latour Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2007 Front Label

Louis Latour Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2007

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Winemaker Notes

With a beautiful golden color, Corton-Charlemagne 2007 displays a lovely nose of fresh almonds and toasted notes. A full wine that is very powerful and balanced. The toasted notes and almond flavors characterize the palate. Very beautiful length for this exceptional wine.

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BH 93
Burghound.com
This really has not changed all that much from my original review save that the maturing nose of toasty, expressive and highly complex aromas feature notes of pain grillé, green fruit and dried rose petals is not quite as fresh as it once was even in the larger format. There is fine richness to the rich, full-bodied, well-muscled and impressively intense flavors that possess plenty of dry extract that really coats the mouth on the long and serious finish. Though hardly surprising in magnum format, this is not quite fully mature yet it's not so far away that it could not be enjoyed. I would suggest cellaring this for another 2 to 4 years and then it should be at or near its best. Tasted twice with consistent notes.
WS 93
Wine Spectator
A toasty white, with a vivid structure and warm baking spices framing apple and grapefruit flavors. The racy structure is offset by a creamy texture, and this resonates on the lingering finish. Best from 2014 through 2024.
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Maison Louis Latour is one of the most highly-respected négociant-éléveurs in Burgundy. Maison Louis Latour is the producer of some of the finest Burgundian wines but has also pioneered the production of fine wines from outside of the confines of Burgundy. These wines from the Ardèche and the Côteaux de Verdon are slowly gaining esteem for their unmatchable quality outside of Burgundy.

All of the grapes from the vineyards owned by the Latour family are vinified and aged in the attractive cuverie of Chateau Corton Grancey in Aloxe-Corton. The winery was the first purpose-built cuverie in France and remains the oldest still-functioning. A unique railway system with elevators allows the entire wine-making process to be achieved by the use of gravity. This eliminates the threat of oxidation from unnecessary pumping of the must. Since 1985, Louis Latour has been selling the wines of its own vineyards under the name Domaine Louis Latour.

Louis Latour has been a leader in the environmentally responsible winemaking for over 15 years. Louis Latour has had ISO 14001 accreditation for Environmental Management Systems since 2003 and has been a member of the European association FARRE since 1998- a group of like-minded companies who seek to develop and promote sustainable methods of agriculture.

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