96 Points Robert Parker
Served from magnum at Domaine de Chevalier, the 2009 Corton-Charlemagne is in absolutely stunning form. While it does not possess the heart-stopping minerality of say, Coche-Dury, the explosion of aromas on the nose is pulsating – wet limestone, acacia, white peach and citrus lemon, all with terrific delineation. The palate does not disappoint, with fabulous balance, a real sense of drive, and a crescendo of flavors in the mouth matched by perfectly judged acidity and an extraordinarily long tail. To be frank, this is one of the best Corton-Charlemagnes I have encountered in a long time. Drink now-2025.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Neal Martin. August, 2013