Domaine Coche-Dury (J.F. Coche Dury)

Bourgogne Pinot Noir

9.311 ratings
9.44 pro ratings
Burgundy, France
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
boyd pearson

Scratch a producer off the bucket list. God bless Andrew Turner of Valley Wine Merchants. It lived up to expectations. So well-made and beautiful. Clean, pristine, ethereal, vibrant red fruit. Long finish. So damn good.

Scratch a producer off the bucket list. God bless Andrew Turner of Valley Wine Merchants. It lived up to expectations. So well-made and beautiful. Clean, pristine, ethereal, vibrant red fruit. Long finish. So damn good.

Jan 4th, 2019
Mandi Speidel

City Territory Chicago, Maverick Wine Company

9.4

A little tight but the fruit is still solid

A little tight but the fruit is still solid

May 29th, 2015
Naboth van den Broek

I think this is my new weekday wine. The water was pretty good too.

I think this is my new weekday wine. The water was pretty good too.

Aug 17th, 2015
Justin Hansohn

I had to demystify this. It plagued my mind at night for many weeks and months on end. Finally met this baby...and:
The craftsmanship goes far beyond what I could imagine in non-declassified Bourgogne. It's obvious this comes from no noble terroir. The exercise of the winemaker is on complete blast here. Concentration, intensity, long finish, massive aroma, all holding together like some monumental structure made out of craft paper and tape. And all throughout the whole thing not a hint of any other than perfectly grown and immaculate grapes is coming through. This is genius. I can't tell you it's inherently going to knock YOUR socks off. This wine is for the most intelligent and in depth contemplation you have at a moment. Given the price too, it's worth all of the effort just to let Coche prove to you what he's got as a winemaker. True creation is to make something out of nothing and this is exactly that. I can only imagine what he does with noble terroir.

I had to demystify this. It plagued my mind at night for many weeks and months on end. Finally met this baby...and:
The craftsmanship goes far beyond what I could imagine in non-declassified Bourgogne. It's obvious this comes from no noble terroir. The exercise of the winemaker is on complete blast here. Concentration, intensity, long finish, massive aroma, all holding together like some monumental structure made out of craft paper and tape. And all throughout the whole thing not a hint of any other than perfectly grown and immaculate grapes is coming through. This is genius. I can't tell you it's inherently going to knock YOUR socks off. This wine is for the most intelligent and in depth contemplation you have at a moment. Given the price too, it's worth all of the effort just to let Coche prove to you what he's got as a winemaker. True creation is to make something out of nothing and this is exactly that. I can only imagine what he does with noble terroir.

Jul 25th, 2015
BasicBurgB

Infanticide. Oldest vintage the restaurant had. Enough complexity there to warrant laying down for many more years.

Infanticide. Oldest vintage the restaurant had. Enough complexity there to warrant laying down for many more years.

Sep 24th, 2019
Quinn Roberts

Quinn had this 5 months ago

Quinn had this 5 months ago

Sep 12th, 2019
Eduardo Ballester

Eduardo had this 5 years ago

Eduardo had this 5 years ago

May 5th, 2015
Brian Wahlund

Brian had this 2 years ago

Brian had this 2 years ago

Oct 20th, 2017
Andre Rodrigues

Andre had this 3 years ago

Andre had this 3 years ago

Jul 3rd, 2017
Carmine Martignetti

Carmine had this 5 years ago

Carmine had this 5 years ago

Jul 10th, 2015