The ripest, headiest wine in the cellar is the 2018 Corton Grand Cru Les Grand Lolieres, a cuvee that caused Felettig some anxiety regarding its overall balance but has come together nicely with elevage. Bursting with aromas of cassis, dark chocolate, plum preserve and smoky soil tones, it's full-bodied, ripe and muscular, with rich structuring tannins. This is a bit of a stylistic outlier in the range, but it has turned out well.

William Kelley - Wine Advocate ((91-94))