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Domaine Coche-Dury

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Founded in the 1920's in the Burgundy village of Meursault, Coche-Dury is considered to be among the world's finest white wine producers. Georges Coche took over the estate from his father, Leon, in 1964 and expanded the vineyard considerably. When Georges's son Jean-Francois married Odile Dury and began running the estate, the name Dury was added. The family continues to work the vineyards to this day, and they are known in the region for the attentive care they give their grapes. The vineyard's strictly limited yield and production--due to older vines and smaller acreage--mean a high-quality grape as well as an expensive, sometimes hard-to-find wine. 

Coche-Dury is most famous for its world-class white Burgundies made from Chardonnay grapes. It also produces some excellent whites made from Aligote as well as a limited number of reds from Pinot Noir grapes. The vineyards are small and spread over several communes.

Perhaps the best and most admired from Coche-Dury is their Corton-Charlemagne, a vigorous white Burgundy that ages beautifully. Since its first year of production in 1986, it has remained a stellar wine. Another highly sought after offering from Coche-Dury is the Meursault Perrieres which benefits from long cellaring, and commands dizzying prices at auction.


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