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Community Tasting Notes (7) Avg Score: 93.5 points

  • Acker 2019/02 (Vaucluse): 000209. Not my favorite vintage, but the style holds.

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  • Has some petroleum reduction and ripe, intense orchard fruits. It is dense and layered, with explosive fruit flavours and some slatey/mineral notes. It is layered, powerful and long.

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  • Great white Burgundy - Wine tasting dinner (At home): 4 flights tasted
    1. Chablis: Vincent Dauvissat Les Clos magnum '08 (typical Dauvissat - compared directly to Raveneau it is richer, the intensity is a little too high, it is less delicate and less complex. It is an extremely good wine indeed, but Raveneau is even better 94/100) against Raveneau Les Clos '08 (i must admit my favourite Chablis - none beside or above Raveneau - takes time to open in the glass! Almost no flavours in the beginning but it opens up… Extremely delicate, high complexity and very good balance. Missed a little intensity in the aromas and flavours 95+/100)
    2. P-M vs Meursault: Domaine Leflaive 1. cru. les Pucelles '12 (Pucelles is in general Leflaives best 1. cru. I love the minerality and the toast, no premox at all which makes sense since it is from 2012, 95/100) against Coche-Dury 1. cru Genevrieres '06 (lots of tertiary notes including hazelnut, I believe it is on the top or a little over the top, extremely good, drink now, 96/100)
    3. Le Montrachet: Bouchard Pere & Fils Le Montrachet '09 (Definitely a good wine but not better than the Pucelles and Meursault above, it is Le montrachet and I would have expected a little more intensity, 95/100) against Comtes Lafon Le Montrachet '09 (The winner of the tasting, a little too intense but closed in the beginning but opens up in the glass and the intensity, complexity and balance end up being very nice. A top quality glass 97/100. Not many wines are better - but there are examples: I can recall DRC Le Montrachet '11 which was one step above)
    4. Sundry: Kumeu River Hunting Hill '13 (Tasted blind - Recognised as a new world wine, more intensity than Bourgognes, 90/100). Penfolds Chardonnay Yattarna '15 (93/100). Vocoret et Fils Chablis Grand Cru Blanchot '14 ( better than expected, a light wine, 90/100).

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  • I might like this a lot better if I could ignore the price. It's delicate, clean and lightly fragrant with scents of white peach, sage and mint. On the palate, light and a trace of heat on the finish. It's charming and somewhat enjoyable but it lacks Meursault character, even for Genevrieres. Unusual for Coche, I just wanted to turn the volume up.

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  • Starts out with too much wood and too little fruit. As the wood resolves a sneaky length and persistence develops. Lots of chalk, mineral, and a lot of vanilla. It is lacking a bit of acid to make it great. Just a bit too flabby.

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Vinous

  • By Stephen Tanzer
    September/October 2008, IWC Issue #140, (See more on Vinous...)

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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    September/October 2007, IWC Issue #134, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Domaine Jean-Francois Coche-Dury Meursault Genevrieres) Login and sign up and see review text.

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