Community Tasting Notes (28) Avg Score: 94.3 points

  • Yes, this is likely one of the top village whites in Burgundy with plenty of length, acid, volume and that Meyer lemon. Really a great wine, but priced like a grand cru and on this night it was trumped by a Batard and a Chevalier. from other producers. C'est la vie.

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  • Yeah this is legit. A hint of reduction on the nose with orchard fruits and oak spice. Great length and balance on the palate. Feels younger than 12 years old. Still some lemon on the finish. Tres bon.

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  • Stellar bottle that belies village status. Textbook matchstick Coche aromatics, exuberant. Palate is intense.

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  • Still fresh but in a lovely place. There's some nougat, smoky mineral and white peach to the nose. The palate is dense and chewy, with sappy orchard fruit flavours and plenty of almond butter. The finish is laden with chalk and a big squeeze of lemon.

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  • Decanted for 3 hours, then consumed over a 2 hour dinner. The nose displays a classic Coche nose of smokey flint, spice, citrus and orchard fruit. Crisp, linear and quite acidic palate. Deep lemon flavors delivered in a high acid, saline infused, chalky texture that shows very young at 11 years from vintage. Delicious with mussels and later duck confit, this did not fade at all during the dinner and really seems to be a baby that is built for a long life.

    Update on day 3. I filled a 150 ml bottle with the remaining wine, and finished it on day 3. Amazingly the wine improved. It still has the flinty and lemony nose, but on the palate the fruit seems deeper and fuller and the wine is more open and less chalky compared to day 1.

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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    September/October 2013, IWC Issue #170, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Domaine Jean-Francois Coche-Dury Meursault Les Rougeots) Login and sign up and see review text.
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    The 2011 Côte de Beaune Whites: Grace in Motion (Sep 2013), (See more on Vinous...)

    (Jean-francois Coche-dury Meursault Rougeots White) Login and sign up and see review text.


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