Charlemange, is actually spelt Charlemagne. Charlemange from Longford Wines includes; Pierre André, Aloxe-Corton The Rognet is grown about 100 metres below the famous Grand Cru vineyard Corton Charlemange and has some of its forthright character Meursault Cuvée Lopin 1997. Hospices de Beaune, From one of the Côte de Beaune's most famous villages, this wine has all the nutty fruitiness of a classic Meursault from a wonderful year. Drink now or keep for many years, the sensual thrill will not diminish. Corton Charlemange Grand Cru 1997, Pierre André, Aloxe-Corton. The Corton Charlemange itself is a wonderful rich wine full of spices and honeyed fruits with the 1997 already being approachable - a beautiful example. Considered by many to be the equal of any white wine produced anywhere in the world, but cheaper than those rivals. To order Charlemange wines from Longford Wines Charlemagne - click here.