By all rights, this can be called Corton Charlemagne, coming from the Le Rognet et Corton section of the Grand Cru, but Anne Parent believes the terroir for her Corton grapes is distinct from Corton Charlemagne. This is a profound white Burgundy, with great presence, minerality, and follow through.
Here's a nice note from The Burgundy Report (from 2018): "A fumé character from the oak. The fruit more reticent at the core. A little tannin but also a volume of fresh flavour, that’s both complex and mineral. Lots of oak today but a volume and presence too – plus the oak is more of the spiced variety, not vanilla. Super finishing width, a saline width. This will be a super wine but wait 10 years – hopefully the wine will be in great shape and waiting for you."