Since 1930, the Faiveley family, now in the 7th generation, has owned the most vineyard land in the Chambertin appellation. To fully express the individuality of each terroir, they employ a full regimen of organic and sustainable practices, protecting the biodiversity of each vineyard parcel. The wines are aged 16-18 months in French oak, 60% new, 40% one year barrels.
Burghound, 93-95/100: ”Don't Miss! A classic and elegant Clos de Bèze.” Tanzer in Vinous 94 pts “Stains the palate and leaves the taste buds quivering on the very long, firm finish.”
Jancis Robinson, 17/20: “Refined on the aroma and on the palate too – cool dark fruit, super-fine texture and lovely harmony in a lighter elegant style,”
- Pinot Noir
- Chambertin Clos-de-Beze