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adrian [2005]
bonneau_du_martray [2020/05/21 12:09] (current)
jammywine [2009]
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   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Aug 19, 2013) Completely oxidized 3rd of 6 (first two ok) (S. Hasselman)   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Aug 19, 2013) Completely oxidized 3rd of 6 (first two ok) (S. Hasselman)
   * **Corton Charlemagne **(Feb 22, 2014) not oxidized, perfect bottle, lasted for many hours and improved during the night. [Kjetil Finsrud]   * **Corton Charlemagne **(Feb 22, 2014) not oxidized, perfect bottle, lasted for many hours and improved during the night. [Kjetil Finsrud]
 +  * **Corton Charlemagne **(Nov 2019): Ex-Domaine bottle, 2019 release. Not oxidized, very young. [Jammy Wine]
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   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Oct 2019) alas back to normal, poxed... (Adrian Latimer)   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Oct 2019) alas back to normal, poxed... (Adrian Latimer)
   * **Corton Charlemagne** (July 2018) not oxidized, well balanced but a little underwhelming [Joel Singer]   * **Corton Charlemagne** (July 2018) not oxidized, well balanced but a little underwhelming [Joel Singer]
 +  * **Corton Charlemagne** (Nov 2019): Ex-Domaine. Not oxidised, very fresh. [Jammy Wine]
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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] 
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   * **Corton Charlemagne** (July 2016): 12 bottles opened for an event, none oxidized [AT Bridge]   * **Corton Charlemagne** (July 2016): 12 bottles opened for an event, none oxidized [AT Bridge]
   * **Corton Charlemagne** ( Nov 2016) heavily reduced, not nearly as bad as the 2005, opened 24hrs ahead but no pre mox!! [b.henry]   * **Corton Charlemagne** ( Nov 2016) heavily reduced, not nearly as bad as the 2005, opened 24hrs ahead but no pre mox!! [b.henry]
 +  * **Corton Charlemagne** (Jul 2019): Not oxidised. [Jammy Wine]
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