Domaine Coche-Dury Meursault 1er Cru 'Caillerets' 2014

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 old-school style and traditional winemaking techniques, they maintain the family’s original style farming nine hectares of vines across six communes in Burgundy. Their 2014 ‘Caillerets’ comes from a Premier Cru lot in Meursault, oozing stony, lemon driven flavors; firm, racy, and on the fuller side.
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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.