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adrian [2006]
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rayner.cheung [2006]
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   * **Corton Charlemagne** (August 2015): not oxidized, still young [Adrian Latimer]   * **Corton Charlemagne** (August 2015): not oxidized, still young [Adrian Latimer]
   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Feb-April 2018): 2 dead, 1 not [Adrian Latimer]   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Feb-April 2018): 2 dead, 1 not [Adrian Latimer]
-  * **Corton–Charlemagne** (Oct. 2018 – ): btls not oxidized. Surprisingly pale straw color for a 12 year old wine. Pinpoint bouquet of orchard fruits & smokey citrus. Richer on the palate than most white Burgundies (especially for a Corton Charlemagne),​ but the superb acidity structure & mineral balance keeps the refreshment coming. From a lot of 3 purchased from a reputable West Coast retailer'​s auction platform in Aug. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Corton–Charlemagne** (Oct. 2018 – Mar. 2020): btls not oxidized. Surprisingly pale straw color for a 12 year old wine. Pinpoint bouquet of orchard fruits & smokey citrus. Richer on the palate than most white Burgundies (especially for a Corton Charlemagne),​ but the superb acidity structure & mineral balance keeps the refreshment coming. From a lot of 3 purchased from a reputable West Coast retailer'​s auction platform in Aug. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]
 * **Corton Charlemagne** (Feb 2020): ripe but good [Adrian Latimer] * **Corton Charlemagne** (Feb 2020): ripe but good [Adrian Latimer]
  
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