Corton "En Charlemagne" Grand Cru - one of the few red wines produced in Charlemagne, which tend to grow Chardonnay to create white wines. It has an intriguing flavor and fascinating aroma, demonstrates excellent drinkability. Corton wine "An Charlemagne" Grand Cru made from Pinot Noir harvested from vines that have reached the age of forty-year mark. The harvest is picked by hand, vinification involves fermentation at low temperatures and holding for 18 months in oak barrels, 30% of them - are new.
In 1857, Jules Senart, great-grandfather of the current owner of the domain Comte Senart, became the owner of 6-acre vineyard "Clos Des Meix" in apelasone Corton (Burgundy, Côte d'Or). Eventually he founded winery expanded, and in 1988 they began to manage Philippe Senart who brought the process in wine production method of cold maceration. Today, the philosophy of organic farming professes viticulture, growing grapes without the use of herbicides and insecticides. The combination of clay and limestone soils of Côte d'Or wines Domain provides refined minerality and balanced tannins. Manual harvest whole bunches and manually sorted. The wines are aged in old farm cellars that were built by Benedictine monks and date from the XIII century. Since 2000, on the creation of wines, together with works by Philippe his daughter Lorraine, decided to follow in the footsteps of his father and continue the family business.