Ladoix Premier Cru
“Les Gréchons”

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The first appellation that welcomes you to the Côte de Beaune if you’re from Dijon, Ladoix is famous for producing powerful and well-balanced white wines. One of the highest plots positioned on the steep sides of the Hill of Corton, “Les Gréchons”, bridges the gap between two communes: Ladoix and Aloxe-Corton. This plot is revered for its outstanding terroir and well-maintained vines and the Premier Cru wine which distills its excellence is often described as a “little” Corton-Charlemagne. High praise, indeed.

Varietal: Chardonnay

Our Ladoix Premier Cru “Les Gréchons” Vintages

Ladoix Premier Cru “Les Gréchons” 2013

Ladoix Premier Cru “Les Gréchons” 2014

One of our perennial favorites – Ladoix “Les Grechons” Premier Cru. In the glass, the clear lemon glow makes a great first impression. Incredible aromas of pear, quince, lemon marmalade and delicate creamy notes reward the nose. Those same flavors dominate as well. The palate too is awarded with a moderate acidity and alcohol, with ample support from a full body. The texture is velvety. The finish? It lingers. So cancel your plans for the immediate future.
In summary: this wine is remarkable. Everything works together in unison: the aromas are expertly balanced by a refreshing acidity, which in turn complement the complex primary, secondary and tertiary flavors. With its firm acidity and concentration, this 2014 has the potential to age, developing more complexity with time. Of course, you’ll be equally rewarded if you seize the day today.

Ladoix Premier Cru “Les Gréchons” 2015

One of our perennial favorites – Ladoix “Les Grechons” Premier Cru. In the glass, the clear lemon shine makes a great first impression. Delightful aromas of pear, quince, lemon marmalade and delicate creamy notes reward the nose. Those same flavors dominate on the tongue as well. The palate too is awarded with a moderate acidity and alcohol, with ample support from a full body. The texture is buttery and creamy, very generous. The finish? It lingers. So cancel your plans for the immediate future.
In summary: this wine is remarkable, in every sense. All the separate elements work in unison: the aromas are expertly balanced by a refreshing acidity, which in turn complement the complex primary, secondary and tertiary flavors. With its firm acidity and concentration, this 2015 has the potential to age, developing increased complexity with time. Of course, you’ll be equally rewarded if you seize the day today.

Ladoix Premier Cru “Les Gréchons” 2016

Ladoix Premier Cru “Les Gréchons” 2017

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