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Exclusive top Burgundy in new and old version: Corton from Bonneau du Martray

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“On the Corton Hill in the northern part of Côte de Beaune you can find the largest grand cru vineyard in Burgundy, Corton. Here both red and white wines are produced. On those parts of the hill that are considered best for white wines, the appellation the appellation is Corton-Charlemagne. The largest vineyard owner on the hill is Domaine Bonneau du Martray. They own 11 ha, of which 9.5 hectares of Chardonnay are used to produce white Corton-Charlemagne and 1.5 ha of Pinot Noir are used to produce red Corton. (The entire Corton hill is divided into three pieces: Corton with 160 ha, Corton-Charlemagne with 72 ha and Charlemagne with 63 ha.)”

Read more on these wines in Tomas Eriksson’s article on BKWine Magazine: Corton-Charlemagne from Bonneau du Martray in new vintage, 2016.

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Corton Charlemagne Bonneau de Martray 2016 and 1999
Corton Charlemagne Bonneau de Martray 2016 and 1999, copyright T Eriksson

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