Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2014 Corton Bressandes Grand Cru, from the domaine's 0.48 hectares of vines planted between 1956 and 1994, has a correct, foursquare, tertiary bouquet with touches of autumn leaves over the black fruit. The palate is nicely structured and welcoming on the entry, thanks to its supple tannin and well judged acidity. There is a touch of piquancy here as it fans out towards the finish with hints of black pepper and allspice; it is not a long Corton-Bressandes, but clean and detailed. I am intrigued how this will show in bottle.