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2017 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, Corton Grand Cru, Prince Florent de Merode

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Regular price $2,795
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2017 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, Corton Grand Cru, Prince Florent de Merode

Vinous

92

Burghound

93

CellarTracker

94
Regular price $2,795
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The 2017 Corton Grand Cru was cropped at 33hl/ha, picked on September 4 and bottled on January 23, 2019. The heavenly bouquet, probably one of the finest I have encountered from this property since its inception in 2009, features brambly red fruit, discreet touches of hawthorn and succinct use of oak. Curiously, there is something Pommard-like about this Corton – a sense of earthiness, perhaps. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins and quite noticeable acidity, and lightly spiced with touches of white pepper toward the finish. It does not “kick on” like the domaine’s top cuvées, but it shows considerable persistence and should drink well within a couple of years. This ranks alongside the 2016, in my opinion. 692 cases produced. Tasted at Corney & Barrow’s annual in-bottle tasting in London.

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Vinous

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The 2017 Corton Grand Cru was cropped at 33hl/ha, picked on September 4 and bottled on January 23, 2019. The heavenly bouquet, probably one of the finest I have encountered from this property since its inception in 2009, features brambly red fruit, discreet touches of hawthorn and succinct use of oak. Curiously, there is something Pommard-like about this Corton – a sense of earthiness, perhaps. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins and quite noticeable acidity, and lightly spiced with touches of white pepper toward the finish. It does not “kick on” like the domaine’s top cuvées, but it shows considerable persistence and should drink well within a couple of years. This ranks alongside the 2016, in my opinion. 692 cases produced. Tasted at Corney & Barrow’s annual in-bottle tasting in London.