Domaine Coche-Dury Bourgogne Blanc 2011

Created in 1975 by the legendary Jean-Francois Coche, Domaine Coche-Dury is now headed by JF’s son, Raphael, and his wife Christine; known for their old-school style and traditional winemaking techniques, the duo maintains the family’s original style farming nine hectares of vines across six communes in Burgundy. Their 2011 Bourgogne Blanc is succulent and bright, with flavors of apple, pear, and well-integrated oak. Slight salinity and round mouthfeel give way to a lasting finish; a delicious bottle.


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From soccer moms to sommeliers, Chardonnay's tooth-chattering acidity and lush tropicality manage to suit all types of drinkers and styles under its inimitably big tent. The white of Burgundy.
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Burgundy, France

The most revered, fetishized wine region on earth and the spiritual home of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Reaching from Chablis down to Beaujolais, it sits on a limestone outcropping in central France.