CORTON Clos du Roi Grand crû Pousse d'Or 2016

    CORTON Clos du Roi Grand crû Pousse d'Or 2019

    100,00 €
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    Appellation :Grand Cru

    Superficie : 1,45 hectare

    Orientation : Est

    Sol : Terrain argilo-calcaires.

    Cépage : 100% Pinot Noir.

    Années de plantation : 50% en 1979, et 50% en 1987.

    Vignoble : Les vignes sont cultivées sans pesticide ni insecticide, et l'unique apport, la fumure, est d'origine naturelle. La terre est travaillée, sans désherbant, pour maintenir l'aération ainsi que la souplesse du sol.

    Vinification : Vendange manuelle en caissettes, triée en cuverie, éraflée à 100 %. Macération à froid pendant 7 jours, régulation de la température de fermentation, deux pigeages par jour, cuvaison pendant 21 jours.

    Élevage : Sur lie en fûts de chêne (30% neufs) pendant 18 mois, fermentation malolactique naturelle et tardive, sans collage ni filtration, soutirage et mise en bouteille par gravité.

    Dégustation : Robe grenat d'une bonne intensité, nez épicé avec des notes de poivre, de clou de girofle, bouche dense et puissante de fruits mûrs ; vin d'une grande élégance.

    BURGHOUND : 93

    2019 Corton-Clos du Roi: A slightly fresher nose speaks of ripe dark berries laced with notes of earth, forest floor and pretty floral nuances. The mouthfeel of the medium weight flavors is sleeker though not denser with good minerality on the delineated, balanced and very firm finale. This is a Clos du Roi of class and grace yet one that should also amply repay extended cellaring. 93/2034+

    Benoît Landanger, who has assumed the direction of this domaine and has converted it to biodynamic farming principles, briefly noted that “2019 is a terrific vintage but it didn’t give us much quantity as our yields were only 20 to 20 hl/ha. We picked from the 11th of September and maturities were actually pretty uniform as potential alcohols bunched between 13.5 to 13.8% with two wines at 14%, which was the highest degree we had. I’m really pretty happy with the results as the transparency is much better than one would expect given how warm the growing season was.” Once again, I had a chance to taste three wines that were vinified exactly the same as the regular cuvées but were raised in amphora; this is to say the En Caillerets, Clos de la Bousse d’Or and the Clos des 60 Ouvrées vineyards. I note these using the term amphore in the reviews, but the actual terminology found on the label reads “Vinifié et Élevé en Amphore”. I would add that I was really impressed with the quality of the 2019 vintage here as the wines seem to have just a bit more of that hard to describe “presence” than usual. Landanger noted that the wines from the Côte de Beaune were bottled in February 2021

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      couleur
      ROUGE
      année
      2017
      domaine
      POUSSE
      région
      BOURGOGNE
      cuvée
      CLOS DU ROI
      sous-région
      COTE DE BEAUNE

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