2017 Corton Clos Rognet Grand Cru Méo-Camuzet - 3x75cl
09B7CRME3PK _ 2017 - Corton Clos Rognet Grand Cru Méo-Camuzet - 3x75cl
  • Colour Red
  • Producer Domaine Méo-Camuzet
  • Region Corton
  • Drinking 2021 - 2034
  • Case size 3x75cl
  • Available Now

2017 - Corton Clos Rognet Grand Cru Méo-Camuzet - 3x75cl

  • Colour Red
  • Producer Domaine Méo-Camuzet
  • Region Corton
  • Drinking 2021 - 2034
  • Case size 3x75cl
  • Available Now
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Case price: £909.61 Duty Paid inc VAT
Equivalent Bottle Price: £303.20 Duty Paid inc VAT
Case price: £750.00 In Bond
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  • Goedhuis, November 2018

    These old vines were planted in 1927 and produce an intense, concentrated Corton. It was a little closed on tasting, but the ripe hedgerow fruit character shows a touch of fine bitterness weaving through the palate, so that its core is both ripe and fresh.

  • Neal Martin, January 2019, Score: 91-93

    The 2017 Corton Clos Rognet Grand Cru has a slightly more backward nose than the Corton-Perrières at the moment and requires more coaxing from the glass, eventually revealing pure black cherry, raspberry preserve and subtle minty aromas. The palate is medium-bodied and a tad more reduced than the Corton-Perrières, quite rounded in the mouth, with a savory, almost gamy finish. I am intrigued to see how this will show once in bottle. 2022 - 2040

  • Burghound, January 2019, Score: 92-95

    A moderately oaked nose is comprised by an exuberantly spicy array of plum, cassis, earth and evident sauvage nuances. The impressively rich and seductively textured broad-shouldered flavors coat the palate with sappy dry extract, all wrapped in a balanced, long and highly complex finish. I very much like the way this fans out on the strikingly persistent finish. In short, this is outstanding. Drink 2032+


Domaine Méo-Camuzet

When Jean-Nicolas Méo arrived in 1989 he had very big shoes to fill. Henri Jayer, arguably Burgundy’s preeminent vigneron, had managed the domaine for the previous four decades under a share-cropping agreement with the Méo family. Since then Jean-Nicolas has more than met the challenge. Following meticulous viticultural and winemaking practices he creates wonderful wines with fine levels of concentration, and today, almost three decades since his ascension, it ranks in the upper echelons of the Burgundy firmament. The majority of wines are red, ranging from Bougogne Rouge up to their ultra-famous Cros Parantoux and outstanding Richebourg. But Jean-Nicolas also makes a miniscule production of white wine. He began planting the Chardonnay for his Clos St. Philibert on steep slopes overlooking Nuit St. Georges over 25 years ago from carefully selected Chardonnay clones. Domaine Méo-Camuzet has expanded its line of 'vins de négoce' in recent years. These wines are bottled under the 'Méo-Camuzet Frères et Soeurs' label.



The Grands Crus of Corton, a red made from Pinot Noir, and Corton Charlemagne, a white made from Chardonnay are shared between Aloxe-Corton, Ladoix Serrigny and Pernand Vergelesses. The vines for both are planted on the hillsides underneath the plateau of Corton's woodland forest. The majorityof Pinot Noir is planted in the southern and eastern sector where the soil is naturally rich with red iron clay giving additional body and power. Overall, the wines from these areas tend to be fruit forward and fleshy with a balance of round edges and fine concentration.