Louis Latour Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Chardonnay 2002

Ratings on Delectable

Evan Roberts Delectable Pro

Wow, just wow! A magnum slight honey giving way to honeysuckle aromatics. Rich and bright, so full of lovely layers hints of beeswax too. Dear God I’m not going to forget this anytime soon. A great wine to share with my dad.

Wow, just wow! A magnum slight honey giving way to honeysuckle aromatics. Rich and bright, so full of lovely layers hints of beeswax too. Dear God I’m not going to forget this anytime soon. A great wine to share with my dad.

9.6

Nick Davis Delectable Pro

Premox...

Premox...

9.0

Adam Robins Delectable Pro

Restrained hedonism. Beautiful length. Want to try it in another 5-10 years

Restrained hedonism. Beautiful length. Want to try it in another 5-10 years

9.3

Dale Cruse Delectable Pro

2002 Latour Corton-Charlemagne

2002 Latour Corton-Charlemagne

8.6

Michael Horkay

From a negotiant and a big house this wine was creamy with big texture and medium acidity. Wonderful lemon and creamy fruit cocktail flavors dominate...a dann good white burgundy.

From a negotiant and a big house this wine was creamy with big texture and medium acidity. Wonderful lemon and creamy fruit cocktail flavors dominate...a dann good white burgundy.

9.1

Ken Frank

A beat up label on this 02 did not keep it from being one of the best 13 year old Burgs I've tasted in some time. Fresh, great minerality, long finish. Really superb.

A beat up label on this 02 did not keep it from being one of the best 13 year old Burgs I've tasted in some time. Fresh, great minerality, long finish. Really superb.

9.2

Kyo Jin

Beginning to lose its fruit, but still in great shape if you don't mind a touch of oxidation.

Beginning to lose its fruit, but still in great shape if you don't mind a touch of oxidation.

9.3

Location

  • 148 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10007

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
    Sunday: 12pm-7pm

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