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Reflections on quality, taste, and Coche-Dury’s white Burgundies

Domaine Coche-Dury’s wines are almost universally celebrated as the pinnacle of white Burgundy. As John Gilman writes, in many ways, Jean-François Coche ‘wears a mantle in the pantheon of white Burgundy winemakers that Henri Jayer wears amongst the red winemakers’, and since Raphaël Coche officially took over the reins from his father in 2010 this 5.5 ha domaine’s lustre has in no way dimmed. 624 more words


May 2015: 1998 Sociando Mallet, 1994 Weinbach Furstentum Cuvee Laurence SGN, 2005 Muller-Catoir Gimmeldinger Mandelgarten, 1981 Vieux Chateau Certan, 1990 Ramonet Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Les Caillerets...

Champagne Trouillard 1961 Cuvee Leong See Odd, popped and poured at the re-opening of Heart Partners, 09 May 2015. Fruit forward on the nose with attractive notes of lime, green melons, pomelo and pineapples of good concentration, slightly sweet but marred by a disproportionate brazen dryness across the palate although it did mellow down after two hours. 1,514 more words