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2014 Bouchard Père et Fils Corton-Le Corton

$99.95
2014 Bouchard Père et Fils Corton-Le Corton
The 2014 Corton Rouge was just recently released from the Bouchard Cellars, and we were able to get a few cases at this low pricing. Sourced from the famed Grand Cru on the Hill of Corton, The 2014 vintage in Burgundy experienced a challenging growing season with a cool and damp summer, but a warm and dry September helped improve grape quality, resulting in a beautifully structured wine that shows the power and elegance of this grand cru site. Bouchard Père & Fils employs traditional winemaking techniques, including hand harvesting, fermentation in small oak barrels, and aging in French oak for 12 to 18 months. It's a fantastic buy for the category, and these bottles are in perfect condition! 

Burghound 92-95 points! "Moderate wood and menthol nuances serve as a less than neutral backdrop for the gamy, spicy and very ripe aromas of dark pinot fruit liqueur-like aromas. There is fine volume and outstanding intensity to the big-bodied and powerful flavors that possess flat out superb concentration thanks to the abundance of palate drenching sap that also serves to buffer the firm core of ripe tannins on the hugely long and wonderfully complex finish. While the underlying raw material is certainly present such that this will require 15 to 20 years to arrive at its full apogee, the sap is such that I suspect that it will allow this to be enjoyed after only 7 to 8 years of cellar time. This is one to look for provided that you have at least moderate patience."

Vinous (Stephan Tanzer) 92-95 points! "Bright, dark red Pungent, vibrant nose melds cherry, redcurrant, licorice, herbs, minerals and spices, all lifted by a floral topnote Wonderfully suave, silky, complex wine with a peppery topnote and excellent delineation to its red berry and spice flavors Still rather laid-back and tight, with serious savory minerality combining with firm, dusty tannins to give grip to the finish This is still an infant and holds out considerable promise"

2014 Bouchard Père et Fils Corton-Le Corton

2014 Bouchard Père et Fils Corton-Le Corton

$99.95
$99.95

The 2014 Corton Rouge was just recently released from the Bouchard Cellars, and we were able to get a few cases at this low pricing. Sourced from the famed Grand Cru on the Hill of Corton, The 2014 vintage in Burgundy experienced a challenging growing season with a cool and damp summer, but a warm and dry September helped improve grape quality, resulting in a beautifully structured wine that shows the power and elegance of this grand cru site. Bouchard Père & Fils employs traditional winemaking techniques, including hand harvesting, fermentation in small oak barrels, and aging in French oak for 12 to 18 months. It's a fantastic buy for the category, and these bottles are in perfect condition! 

Burghound 92-95 points! "Moderate wood and menthol nuances serve as a less than neutral backdrop for the gamy, spicy and very ripe aromas of dark pinot fruit liqueur-like aromas. There is fine volume and outstanding intensity to the big-bodied and powerful flavors that possess flat out superb concentration thanks to the abundance of palate drenching sap that also serves to buffer the firm core of ripe tannins on the hugely long and wonderfully complex finish. While the underlying raw material is certainly present such that this will require 15 to 20 years to arrive at its full apogee, the sap is such that I suspect that it will allow this to be enjoyed after only 7 to 8 years of cellar time. This is one to look for provided that you have at least moderate patience."

Vinous (Stephan Tanzer) 92-95 points! "Bright, dark red Pungent, vibrant nose melds cherry, redcurrant, licorice, herbs, minerals and spices, all lifted by a floral topnote Wonderfully suave, silky, complex wine with a peppery topnote and excellent delineation to its red berry and spice flavors Still rather laid-back and tight, with serious savory minerality combining with firm, dusty tannins to give grip to the finish This is still an infant and holds out considerable promise"