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2012 Coche-Dury, Meursault Premier Cru, Perrieres

Vinous

93-95

Burghound

92-94

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $4,325
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2012 Coche-Dury, Meursault Premier Cru, Perrieres

Vinous

93-95

Burghound

92-94

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $4,325
/
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Vinous

Vinous

93-95

(malo almost finished): Sexy aromas of lemon and musky minerals, plus a hint of grilled oak. Sweet and opulent, but with racy acidity framing the lemon, orange and menthol flavors and giving cut to the wine. Really lipsmacking combination of acidity and minerality here. Finishes sappy, sweet and very long, with penetrating orange and crushed rock notes. (Coche's Corton-Charlemagne was almost finished with its malolactic fermentation but was hard-edged and totally locked up, so I will wait to taste it in its finished form.)

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Vinous

Vinous

93-95

(malo almost finished): Sexy aromas of lemon and musky minerals, plus a hint of grilled oak. Sweet and opulent, but with racy acidity framing the lemon, orange and menthol flavors and giving cut to the wine. Really lipsmacking combination of acidity and minerality here. Finishes sappy, sweet and very long, with penetrating orange and crushed rock notes. (Coche's Corton-Charlemagne was almost finished with its malolactic fermentation but was hard-edged and totally locked up, so I will wait to taste it in its finished form.)