Vinyard : Domaine Olivier Leflaive
Burgundy Appellation : Corton Charlemagne
White wine - AOC - Cépage : Chardonnay
- Corton Charlemagne Blanc - AOC - 2014
- Grapes 100% Chardonnay
- Domaine: Olivier Leflaive
- 13,5 °
- Garde 20 ans et +
- 75 cl
- Longueur Saline, Grand vin, Grande complexité, Puissant, Structuré , Pureté
The sommelier Info
This Domaine Olivier Leflaive Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru Blanc 2012 owns a shinny golden robe. The nose is evolutive, first, smoky flinty notes, then white flowers aromas and finally lemon and menthol. The attack is expressive and brings to the light the notes of white flowers and also white fruits and honey aromas. This is a Burgundy wine of high elegance which has an increasing potential.
This wine is served with
Olivier’s grandfather, Joseph Leflaive, is the initiator of the expansion of the Domaine Leflaive, a family farm of 35 hectares. In 1953, his son Joseph Régis and his brother Vincent took over the Domaine. Later, Olivier Leflaive, in turn, directed him, so that in 1985, the Olivier Leflaive Frères house with his brother. Meanwhile, his cousin Anne-Claude Leflaive was in charge of the Domaine Leflaive. On April 1, 2010, Olivier decided to retire despite his deep attachment to the family domaine.