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Traditionally, the mushrooms in this classic French dish are
gently sautéed in butter and added toward the end of cooking.
Here, we caramelize the mushrooms and include them in the
braising base for more depth of flavor. Be sure to use a goodquality
wine for this dish. A good rule of thumb: if you wouldn’t
drink it, don’t cook with it.
Family owned and run for ten generations,
Louis Latour is a legendary Burgundy producer.
This rare wine comes from Latour-owned
sites on the famous hill of Corton. The slopes
of Corton rise near the town of Aloxe-Corton
in the Côte de Beaune, part of the Côte d’Or.
The entire hill is designated as a grand cru and
is subdivided into plots that identify the part
of the hill from which a wine comes. Many
of these named sites, or lieux-dits, evoke
the illustrious history of Corton’s vines: Charlemagne’s
favorite site is still called “Clos du
Roi,” (“the king’s enclosure”), while the “Clos
des Papes” once belonged to the popes of
Avignon. Latour owns rows of vines in several
lieux-dits, including the legendary Clos du Roi;
its Corton is always a blend of barrels selected
from different parts of the hill, with the goal of
creating a consistently superb wine regardless
of vintage. Just 20 barrels of this wine were
The bouquet features scents of cherry and raspberry laced with toasty oak
This ageworthy Pinot Noir offers tangy cranberry and cherry flavors, cooled
by spicy menthol.
The firm structure and complexity of this wine call for a dish with intense
but simple flavors. Pork, beef and roasted poultry will be especially delicious
with the Domaine Latour Corton—its acidity will cut the richness of
the meat. Rich sauces—especially those flavored with earthy ingredients
(root vegetables, mushrooms) and herbs (parsley, thyme, tarragon)—will give
your dish flavor without overshadowing the complex tastes of the wine. Visit
williams-sonoma.com for recipes like Roast Pork Loin with Tarragon, Mustard
and Cream or Classic Roast Chicken.
Decant 2 hours before serving, and serve a little cooler than room temperature:
refrigerate the decanted wine for 15 minutes.
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