Hard-to-get cult Burgundy. Even though it's still a wee baby, it's already very seductive, if you give it some time on the air.
Rich and stylish, offering black cherries with raspberry highlights, evolving with a hint of sweet blue fruits - coupled with spice notes and a tease of earthy minerality. Blossoms in the glass with supple persistence and juicy lift, showing vintage charm with a promise of more to come. You may be happy to drink it now, but Aloxe Corton is typically a wine that wants some time to evolve and this has the balance and potential to gain complexity over the next few years.