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1994 Coche-Dury - Corton-Charlemagne 750ml
1994 Coche-Dury - Corton-Charlemagne
France - Burgundy - Cote de Beaune - Corton / Grand Cru
White / Chardonnay
1994 Coche-Dury - Corton-Charlemagne
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Wine Advocate Author: Robert Parker Issue: 109

On January 17, 1997, a Belgian wine merchant held a comprehensive tasting of virtually every Montrachet at the Crillon Hotel in Paris. In addition to myself, Pierre Rovani was the only other American in attendance. The group was evenly split between members of the Belgian/French wine trade and private consumers. I was permitted to insert several top California Chardonnays in the tasting as "ringers." I provided the Peter Michael Chardonnay Pointe Rouge and the 1992 Mount Eden Estate Chardonnay. The tasting was impeccably organized, with the wines served blind in multiple flights. The results, although not unbelievable to me, were shocking to the group of serious Belgian and French wine tasters. Two of the French tasters were well-known winemakers. One of them who asked to remain anonymous proclaimed that in large part, the group of Montrachets was "a crime against France's patrimony." The group overwhelmingly rated the Peter Michael Chardonnay Pointe Rouge the top wine. Several tasters recognized that it was a California wine, but they still felt it was by far the most compelling, complex, and complete wine of the tasting. Second place went to another "ringer," the Domaine Valette Pouilly-Fuisse Le Clos de Monsieur Noly Vieilles Vignes, third place was awarded to the Coche-Dury Corton-Charlemagne another ringer, and fourth place went to yet another "ringer," the 1992 Mount Eden Estate Chardonnay. Of the Montrachets, three producers produced wines that certainly merited outstanding ratings. The fifth place wine was the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Montrachet; sixth place went to Domaine Lafon's Montrachet; and seventh place was the Domaine Ramonet Montrachet.

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A class act. This wonderful, silky-smooth wine is rich, sweet-tasting and very ripe yet also elegant and refined, packing in spice, mineral, mocha, coffee bean, smoke and ripe fruit flavors. A bit short on crisp acidity, it's ready now through 2000.

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Chez Fisher Trust Rating: 97 Tasted On: 08/21/2009 Drink Dates:

Too old and the wine had turned.

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