Ladoix January 1st, 2017


The least known of the Corton villages but they have had the sense to specify one colour only for some of their newer 1ers crus. The reds are succulent and lively, without the tannins of Aloxe-Corton. Whites have character, sometimes mineral, sometimes more exotic.

  • Grands Crus: Corton (mostly red); Corton-Charlemagne (white)
  • Other Vineyards: Joyeuses (red), Grechons (white)
  • Producers: Michel Mallard, Domaine Chevalier, Capitain-Gagnerot

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