Coche Dury

Background

Without question, one of the top white wine producers in Burgundy; Jean Francois, and his son, Raphael, produce their wines from approximately 9 hectares in the Cote de Beaune region of the Cote d'Or.

They usually leave the wines to evolve for 22 months in oak barrels, of which around 50% will be new oak barrels. Much of his production is sold to the restaurant trade in France, so finding his wines in the international marketplace is often harder than one might think.

Leading wines from this domaine are the Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru and the 1er Crus from Meursault.

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Colour Vintage Wine Size Status Cs Btls Price Per Score
White 1989 Meursault Perrieres
Coche Dury
btls DP 0 1 £3,850 btls -
White 2002 Meursault
Coche Dury
btls DP 0 2 £550 btls -
White 2002 Meursault
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 4 £550 btls -
White 2002 Meursault Perrieres
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 3 £2,750 btls 95-97
Red 2008 POMMARD VAUMURIENS
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 2 £150 btls -
White 2012 Meursault les Rougeots
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 1 £775 btls 91 (AM)
Red 2012 POMMARD VAUMURIENS
Coche Dury
btls IB 1 0 £1,970 cs -
White 2012 Puligny Montrachet Enseigneres
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 1 £450 btls -
White 2013 Corton Charlemagne
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 2 £3,350 btls -
White 2013 Meursault Perrieres
Coche Dury
btls IB 0 3 £1,375 btls -

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