The Faiveley family has solely owned this Clos – where the vines straddle the plots known as Le Rognet and le Corton – since 1874. They regularly produce here one of the grandest, long-lived, most complex Cortons in existence. Recent finetuning of the wine-making has resulted in softer tannins, without loss of potential longevity, we believe. This 2014 is ruby-purple of medium depth, with exuberant, ripe fruitiness on the nose. The palate is a compact ball of dense fruitiness, with captivating freshness, creamy texture and amazing length. It will age superbly, in both magnums and bottles (for drinking 2018-2030+).
2014 Corton Clos de Cortons Faiveley Grand Cru, Faiveley
£666.00 per case (£222.00 per magnum)
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