Classic Meursault with good weight and intensity. The combination of sweet ripe fruit and new oak will settle well. There is a good core of fruit with a phenolic edge to give interest. Rich and full.
Domaine Faiveley traces its history back to 1823 and through seven generations they have built up an exceptional vineyard portfolio including 50 hectares in Côte de Nuits, 15 in Côte de Beaune and 75 in Côte Chalonnaise. Indeed the latest addition of 20 ha in Gevrey Chambertin was added as recently as October 2013. These are denoted below as 'Domaine Faiveley' while wines from purchased fruit are 'Maison Faiveley'.
|Drink From||2019||Drink To||2024|
|Everyday drinking, Special occasion, Fine Wine|