The aromas were much more on the mineral end of the spectrum than on the fruit end. One would suspect from just smelling the wine that it was a little austere, but that wasn't the case. Rich fruit flavors of ripe apple and a bit of pineapple were strong. There was a good deal of citrus as well, but the earthiness still came through. Tart and sharp, yet rich - a delicate balancing act that this wine pulled off well. There was a super long finish that left a smile on my face. There should be more of this in my life, but considering the price I'll take this glass and be happy.
2009 Louis Jadot Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru. 13% alcohol and $175.00.