Domaine Coquard Loison Fleurot own a lot of extremely prized vineyards, the products from which were until recently mostly sold to negotiants.
Their Échezeaux is remarkably good value for a Grand Cru Burgundy but it is starting to attract attention so it might be worth getting in there quickly. We would also recommend the Clos de la Roche, the Vosne-Romanees (although maybe avoid the 2014) and the humble Bourgogne Rouge (in good vintages).
These wines are getting better and better as time goes by so it’s probably a good bet to buy recent vintages to fill your cellars for the future.
2017 was an above average vintage for both red and white wines in Burgundy