Corton-Charlemagne is named after the Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne, who once owned the hill of Corton that the vineyards now rest.

Production area : 71,88 ha
Altitude : 300-350 m


It is the largest A.O.C which stretches out three villages: Aloxe-Corton, Pernand-Vergelesses and Ladoix-Serrigny, forming la Butte de Corton. The geological differences and the different exposures permit to produce rich and fat wines with mineral and crystalline overtones. There are two superposed limestone origins from the oxfordien period. The vine roots have to draw the essential elements which give the specific taste of this terroir. Our cuvée is vinified most of the time from a few small plots located in the three villages.
Soil : Limestone

In the vineyard

Wine-Growing method : sustainable
Harvest: 100 % manual


At their arrival in our cellar, the grapes are immediately and carefully pressed with a pneumatic press .
100% crushed grappe
Finning: yes
Filtration : yes


18 months (whose 6 months in stainless steel tank)
100 % oak barrels (whose 25% of new oak)


Serving temperature : 12-14°C
Should be drunk between 2024 and 2029

Tasting notes

Wine of great finesse, its bouquet is complex: mineral fragrances, pear, spices. The attack is fresh and mineral on the palate, structured with a fine length in the mouth. A wine of great class to savor within a few years.

Food pairings

Ideal with foie gras, seafood such as lobster, crayfish, crab but also poultries and veal cooked in white sauce, blue cheeses.

Alcohol content



Chardonnay : 100 %