The Coche-Dury 2012 Meursault reveals a captivating profile that unfolds with grace. Initially, the nose is reserved, hinting at its complexity with nuances of granitic, cold stone aromas that gradually give way to an alluring charm. On the palate, this wine showcases impeccable balance, guided by a fine line of acidity that leads to a broadening of flavors. Delicate spiciness adds sophistication to the overall experience. The color is radiant, displaying a harmonious golden hue. The finish is an embodiment of refinement, with lingering notes that gracefully intertwine. This Meursault from Coche-Dury exemplifies the domaine's commitment to sophistication and quality, making it a compelling choice for anyone seeking the pinnacle of Burgundian Chardonnay.
Robert Parker - 91 Points
"The 2012 Meursault (my sample taken from their parcel in Chaumes) has a relatively austere bouquet at first, withholding its charm and then teasing with granitic, cold stone scents. The palate is very well balanced with a fine line of acidity and then it fans out in languid fashion with the delicately spicy finish. This is sophisticated and refined."
Antonio Galloni - 90 Points
"(from Vireuils-Dessous; in the latter part of its malolactic fermentation): Sexy aromas of orange oil and brown spices. Bright and penetrating, with peach and soft citrus flavors firmed on the tactile back end by saline minerality. Really excellent texture and length for village wine. (Incidentally, don't hesitate to snap up Coche's 2012 Bourgogne Blanc if you can find it. This ripe, fruit-driven wine, from rocky soil around Coche's house, is as good as most Meursault village wines. The very rich, tactile, classic Meursault Narvaux, which is usually sent to the U.S., was just at the beginning of its malo, and the Rougeot hadn't even started at the end of May.)"