Coche-Dury 2014 - Meursault-Perrières 1er cru
Overall condition: Perfect
Domaine Jean-François Coche-Dury - Meursault-Perrières 1er cru 2014
About the domain:
Surely you know as much as we do about it. The estate has become one of the finest names in Burgundy thanks to its practices in the vineyard, the cellar and the cellar. Every qualitative detail is taken to the extreme making wines whose quality is very difficult to match with.
The 10.5 hectare estate, spread over the largest appellations of the Côte de Beaune, produces around 60,000 bottles per year. Production that fails to meet the demand of fans around the world.
The wines are fresh, lively, perfectly balanced and made for laying down. To be enjoyed once in a lifetime.
About the cuvée:
100% Chardonnay (organic but needless to say), from a small plot of just 1 hectare, aged in 50% new barrels. A wine that cannot really be described with words. You are here in the best of the world.
Annual production of only 2100 bottles making it one of the rarest wines of the estate.
The 2014 vintage is a great success for the white wines of the Côte de Beaune.
About labels and packaging:
As of the 2008 vintage, the estate changed the labeling of its bottles. The Meursault Perrières label changes to match the rest of the range.
The caps which were previously white for all the Chardonnay and Aligoté cuvées, with the exception of the Cortons-Charlemagnes, became bronze for a part in 2013 and for all of them from 2014. Probably a solution to limit counterfeits . So be very careful when buying this type of bottle.
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