Aloxe Corton 2004 wine is a magnificent French Pinot Noir wine. It is firm and elegant with a nice structure between tannins and red fruits. Roux Pere & Fils' Charles Mignon Aloxe Corton 2004 was featured in the famed french wine publication "Le Grand Guide Des Vins De France" as one of the most popular and distinguished wines in France. Aloxe-Corton 2004 is aged for 10 months in French Oak casks. It is elegant with typical cherry and red berry flavors, and balanced tannins. This wonderfully silky wine goes very well with salmon, tuna, grilled meats, pork, chicken and a variety of cheeses.
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Chateau Roux, Pere & Fils is Burgundy, France's largest boutique wine producer. The domaine's vineyards are located throughout the Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Côte Châlonnaise areas. They cultivate their different grape varieties, Chardonnay for white
wines and Pinot Noir for red, on east and south-facing slopes, in a clay and chalk soil. Wines are produced using age-old traditions combined with today’s most advanced technologies (especially in terms of temperature control, analysis, and inspection/
sampling). Aged in oak casks for between 12 and 18 months, depending on the vintage and terroir, their wines have been featured in every single industry publication and all their wines have been rated by the most demanding wine critics. White Burgundy wines, benefiting from the best climate of the estate, are rich and complex with hints of vanilla, hazelnut, toasted almonds, yellow peach and honey. Well suited for aging, their red Burgundy wines are full-bodied and elegant, with flavors of fresh red fruits. Charles Mignon is one of the premium labels they use in the United States for their finer wines that are exclusively sold in high-end restaurants and clubs.
RATING: 94 Points - Wine Enthusiast
94 Points - Wine News
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ROUX PERE & FILS CHARLES MIGNON ALOXE-CORTON 2004 FACTS:
Origin : Côte de Beaune
AOC : Village
Soil : Marly and Chalky
Grape : Pinot Noir
Wine making process : Hand picking harvest and 12-15 days fermentation in oak casks.
Maturing : 10 months in oak casks.
Good for : 5-10 years
Serving temperature : 60-64°F (15-16°C).
Food accompaniment : Grilled and roasted meat, pork and various cheeses.