Guillemot Corton Grand Cru (750ml)

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    Red Wine

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  • Grape

    Pinot Noir

  • Farming Method

    ConventionalMost products with this label come from producers who do their best to avoid any intervention at all but it’s possible that some of the aforementioned preventative measures and additions are deemed necessary. Learn More

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Eight generations of Guillemots have worked the land in the Savigny-lès-Beaune appellation. Their wines are known for their classic Burgundian finesse, elegance and balance combined with a certain rusticity that is typical of Savigny. Domaine Pierre Guillemot makes traditional style Burgundies that appeal to old school Burgundy lovers.  Their wines have the all the necessary components to age gracefully in the cellar and reward those who enjoy drinking mature wines. 

Tasting Notes

Strawberry, raspberry, earth, sandalwood on the nose.  Still restrained and youthful on the palate, fresh red fruit, high acidity and fine medium grained tannins.  A Burgundy built to develop beautifully.  


In the 1930s, Le Rognet et Corton was the first climat granted grand cru status on the Ladoix side of Corton’s slopes—no small feat, since the vignerons on the other side of the landmark hill in Aloxe were staunchly opposed to this upgrade. Sprouting from iron-rich red clay soils, and bathed in sunlight, Le Rognet et Corton is now considered one of the best sites in the village.   The Corton appellation is the Côte de Beaune’s only Grand Cru appellation for red wine. These grapes grow in ferruginous oolite soil. Guillemot ferments his reds for about 15 days in wooden cuves with regular multiple daily punchdowns. The wine is aged in barrel, 10% new, for 18 months and 6 months in bottle before release.

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