Pale gold in its youth and adorned with green reflections, Corton-Charlemagne takes on amber and more yellow shades with age. With infinite delicacy, its bouquet expresses baked apple, citrus fruits, pineapple, lime blossom, fern, juniper, cinnamon and flint on buttery tones. Honeyed notes are frequent. Leather and truffles are an escort to the old vintages
This vine was offered by Emperor Charlemagne in 775 to the collegiate church of Saint-Andoche de Saulieu. It will remain a thousand years in this heritage! Celebrating the emperor with the flowered beard still today
From now on, and keep for up to 30 years. Serve between 12 and 16°C"
we'll have to associate it with noble and delicate dishes. The natural candidates will be as well the foie gras, more classically, the noble crustaceans: lobster, lobster, crab... Poultry and veal in white sauce will also do the honours, as will blue cheeses.