The Faiveley family has solely owned this Clos since 1874 and has steadily built a reputation for it as one of the most powerful, long-lived, complex Cortons in the appellation. The vineyard straddles the plots known as Le Rognet and le Corton. In colour, this is solid, rich purple-red, the nose being fragrant and lovely. This is a voluminous wine with remarkable freshness and fruit concentration, very rich and long. It will age magnificently in both magnums and bottles (for drinking 2019-2035+).
2013 Corton Clos de Cortons Faiveley Grand Cru, Faiveley
(£221.67 per magnum)
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