More Vintages and Sizes of Coche-Dury - Meursault Les Perrieres 1er Cru:
Issue: Issue 19
(from 45 year old vines) In contrast to the Genevrières, there is so much weight and density that this does come across as almost heavy and lacking in grace. Given the track record of consistent excellence, I'm inclined to give it the benefit of the doubt but it would be fair to say that this did not show any where near the quality that it usually does. To revisit.
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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 122
Reticent nose hints at soft citrus fruits, honey and licorice; less aromatic than the Genevrieres and more burned by the sun. In a distinctly penetrating, dry style, and not showing the generosity of the vintage's best examples. This was also austere a year ago, but today I don't find enough supporting minerality to be optimistic about the wine's future development in bottle.
Author: Pierre Rovani
Loads of spices, hazelnuts, and almonds burst from the glass of the 2003 Meursault Perrieres (white). Light to medium-bodied and oily-textured, it exhibits pears, apples, and anise flavors in its expressive character. Its finish, which starts out wonderfully, is tightened by a lemony acidity that Coche will most certainly attend to during elevage.
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