Grand Cru red Burgundy from the Louis Latour estate vineyards. 100% Pinot Noir. This particular wine is only produced in years when the Pinot Noir grapes reach perfect maturity. The wine derives from the following holdings: Les Bressandes, Les Chaumes, Les Pougets, Les Perrières and Les Grèves, all of which are planted with vines with an average age of over 40 years.
After about 18 months of aging, each cask is then meticulously tasted and only the finest ones, showing the best color, bouquet and capacity to age, will be blended to make Château Corton-Grancey. Wine Spectator scored it 90 and Wine Enthusiast Magazine scored it 92 saying "Corton Grancey is the site of Louis Latour’s winery and has a long tradition in the family’s hands. This 2011 is powerful and solid while offering very ripe and jammy fruits. Attractive acidity cuts through the richness and contrasts with the finely modulated structure. It has good aging potential, drink from 2018."