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2004 Coche-Dury, Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru

Vinous

93

Burghound

95

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $6,200
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2004 Coche-Dury, Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru

Vinous

93

Burghound

95

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $6,200
/

Spanning just 0.33 ha and planted in 1960, Coche-Dury's wines are highly esteemed and eagerly sought after, making them among the most famous white Burgundies. The winemaking process is traditional, involving extended lees contact and aging in barrels for 15-22 months, depending on the vintage. The wines were bottled in 06'.

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Vinous

Vinous

93

Reticent but pure nose hints at minerals and clove, along with a metallic quality. Distinctly less sweet today than the Perrieres, with a flavor of liquid stone. Wonderfully precise, dry wine with a very long, slow-building finish. Coche told me that he stirred the lees until the July '05 racking. Maybe it was too much, but the wines needed enriching, he told me. All of these 2004s were bottled in April of 2006. Coche's young '05s were unavailable for tasting as the malos had barely started.

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Vinous

Vinous

93

Reticent but pure nose hints at minerals and clove, along with a metallic quality. Distinctly less sweet today than the Perrieres, with a flavor of liquid stone. Wonderfully precise, dry wine with a very long, slow-building finish. Coche told me that he stirred the lees until the July '05 racking. Maybe it was too much, but the wines needed enriching, he told me. All of these 2004s were bottled in April of 2006. Coche's young '05s were unavailable for tasting as the malos had barely started.