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Louis Jadot - Corton-Charlemagne - Grand Cru - Blanc - 2017


Country / Region: Burgundy

Vintage: 2017

Name: AOP Corton-Charlemagne

Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay

Alcohol: 13.5 vol.

Color: White

Capacity: 75 cl


Estate rated 1 star in the Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France 2023 (RVF)
Estate rated 4 stars in Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2023
Robert Parker : 93-95/100

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Produced on the Pougets climat - 1.88 ha with total southern exposure - the 2017 white Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru delivers perfectly ripe grapes and an outstanding balance where freshness supports the natural richness of the terroir. The nose is immediately seductive in its stature, intensity, concentration, and ripeness, delivering refined scents of flowers, amber, and white pepper, supported by a noble, luxurious woody breeding with hints of pastry. The palate gracefully has the natural power of its terroir, which will accentuate its extraordinary finesse and extreme elegance over the years. An exceptional, highly sought-after bottle in an excellent vintage!


Hand-harvested, gently pressed and barrel-fermented.
Aged on fine lees for 15 months.


Bright golden yellow.


Delightful aromas of white flowers underlined by notes of amber and white pepper, all haloed by noble, luxurious woody notes.


At once powerful and elegant, marked by its terroir, this wine reveals an extreme finesse that will continue to grow with the years.


Serve between 10 and 12°C.

Food and wine pairing:

Delicate, refined cuisine based on shellfish, fish and certain white meats or poultry with cream sauce.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2036

An undisputed benchmark in Burgundy, Louis Jadot is a prestigious house like few others, spreading the excellence of its expertise around the world. 

With more than 150 years of history, a multiplicity of great terroirs and an unbroken passion, this splendid institution is happily charting its course, thanks to a classic winemaking style that brings out the best in both terroir and vintage.