Domaine Coche-Dury (J.F. Coche Dury) Bourgogne Chardonnay 2010

Ratings on Delectable

Will Meinberg Delectable Pro

Sales Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant

Wow. Just on fire! It just shows that this man gives the same love to every grape to make it shine its brightest. Thanks MB #latenightchez

Wow. Just on fire! It just shows that this man gives the same love to every grape to make it shine its brightest. Thanks MB #latenightchez

9.7

Adam Jesberger Delectable Pro

Brought to the blind group by me. What are the odds? Same producer, both bourgogne, both 2010, just one rouge and one blanc. So crazy and awesome. A treat for sure.

Brought to the blind group by me. What are the odds? Same producer, both bourgogne, both 2010, just one rouge and one blanc. So crazy and awesome. A treat for sure.

9.4

Adam Jesberger Delectable Pro

Brought to a blind tasting group by a colleague....

Brought to a blind tasting group by a colleague....

9.6

Vincent Bottreau Delectable Pro

Tension et fraîcheur, élevage agréablement timide

Tension et fraîcheur, élevage agréablement timide

9.3

Austin Ferrari Delectable Pro

Wine Director Hillside Supper Club

Young young young!

Young young young!

9.4

Jacob Atke Hansen Delectable Pro

Love Coche! Amazing energy!

Love Coche! Amazing energy!

9.3

Rob Lateiner Delectable Pro

I like this but I imagine the 2009 might be a little better for the appellation. High acid, creamy, some reduction but not off-putting. There is a green exotic fruit quality that really reminds me quite a bit of 2011 Rhys Alder Springs chardonnay though this is much leaner and lighter bodied. They would be awesome to taste side by side. This is also lighter bodied likely due to just a bit lower alcohol. Seems Coche is known for the high and tight richness. Star fruit is really what comes to mind first here. Jenna says acidity reminds her of green table grapes. This is grapey, too. No doubt, fantastic oak here. Style here compared to Roulot should both be exhibited in a textbook. Again, creamy, lovely texture here. Need to learn about oak here, could so easily be overdone. Somehow the oak is just very well integrated here. It is toasted though seems to be lightly so. Comes off more caramel like (not at all sweet) with the faintest hint of char. A little matchstick reduction, this wine benefits tremendously from decanting. Need another bottle to better understand the style here.

I like this but I imagine the 2009 might be a little better for the appellation. High acid, creamy, some reduction but not off-putting. There is a green exotic fruit quality that really reminds me quite a bit of 2011 Rhys Alder Springs chardonnay though this is much leaner and lighter bodied. They would be awesome to taste side by side. This is also lighter bodied likely due to just a bit lower alcohol. Seems Coche is known for the high and tight richness. Star fruit is really what comes to mind first here. Jenna says acidity reminds her of green table grapes. This is grapey, too. No doubt, fantastic oak here. Style here compared to Roulot should both be exhibited in a textbook. Again, creamy, lovely texture here. Need to learn about oak here, could so easily be overdone. Somehow the oak is just very well integrated here. It is toasted though seems to be lightly so. Comes off more caramel like (not at all sweet) with the faintest hint of char. A little matchstick reduction, this wine benefits tremendously from decanting. Need another bottle to better understand the style here.

9.0

Jonathan Lipsmeyer Delectable Pro

Compact nose with a bit of B vitamin, honeyed metal and struck match or even slightly burnt toast a bit, scotch tape mineral character...you can sense the honeyed gras on the nose too. Tiny speed bumps of salinity emerge slowly. Lemon custard with subtle acid. How much of this is Meursault ? 45 min open and the minerality is this elegant enthralling scotch tape with a pin prick of acid on the tongue as a finish. Wow. Linear on some level but elegant and regal with attributes up its sleeve.

Compact nose with a bit of B vitamin, honeyed metal and struck match or even slightly burnt toast a bit, scotch tape mineral character...you can sense the honeyed gras on the nose too. Tiny speed bumps of salinity emerge slowly. Lemon custard with subtle acid. How much of this is Meursault ? 45 min open and the minerality is this elegant enthralling scotch tape with a pin prick of acid on the tongue as a finish. Wow. Linear on some level but elegant and regal with attributes up its sleeve.

9.5

Ben Aneff Delectable Pro

Managing Partner Tribeca Wine Merchants

Very pretty little Bourgogne.

Very pretty little Bourgogne.

8.4

Andrew Green Delectable Pro

Wine Director/Partner The Village Pub & Spruce Restaurants

Good way to kick off an epic night!

Good way to kick off an epic night!

9.6

Location

  • 148 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10007

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
    Sunday: 12pm-7pm

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