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2017 Meursault, Domaine Coche-Dury
This Meursault is intense yet restrained, deeply complex and fresh. It has the intensity of a premier cru and the class of a grand cru. The nose is blossoming with minerality, flint and the whisper of fresh hazelnut. It is trademark Meursault, with a sublime complexity and sophistication.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
The 2017 Meursault Village is a brilliant young wine, unwinding in the glass with notes of crisp Anjou pear, green apple, dried white flowers, toasted sesame and hazelnuts. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, supple and elegantly satiny, with racy acids, discrete structuring dry extract, and a long, elegantly chalky finish. Raphaël Coche thinks this will prove reminiscent of the domaine's 2001—in so far as the 2001 drank well in its youth, but despite its youthful precocity, it proved surprisingly long lived. Here, the expressiveness of the vintage meets the tensile, age-worthy Coche style to great effect. Tasted multiple times with consistent notes.
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