Ten years on tasting.
Lemon-yellow. Not the fleshiest of Charlies, this is zippy yet substantive: peach stone and citrus. Cool, lissome and high-toned: pixelated intimations of coastal scrub, lemon balm, heliotrope. Brisk and mineralic at the end. Not the greatest dimension but a wine without ego. Soulful and true. Hardscrabble Corton Charlemagne with an entrepreneurial spirit; feels like it hails from the nose-bleed seats high on Corton hill. Drink soon.