Lord of the mountain of Corton
In 1924, the Baroness of Bay bequeathed a vast estate to the Hôtel-Dieu in memory of her father Jean-Louis PESTE, who practised medicine at the Hospices de Beaune for more than 30 years in the mid-19th century.
This cuvée comes from very old vines and vines planted before 1985 coming from three prestigious terroirs: the Chaumes, the Bressandes and the Greves.
The color is clear with a deep garnet. Very expressive nose with aromas of gooseberry and cooked cherry with hints of pepper. This refined, round and velvety wine with finely melted tannins, offers a balance worthy of the greatest vintages.
This great vintage is already very pleasant to drink now, but it will increase in complexity in the next 10 years.