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DOMAINE FAIVELEY Grand Cru 2014

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DOMAINE FAIVELEY Grand Cru 2014

This stunning wine comes of a 0.834 ha parcel of the famous 37.692 ha Échézeaux vineyard in the commune of Flagey- Échézeaux. The vineyard has an easterly aspect and deep soils composed of gravel and silt. Grapes are hand harvested and undergo a short pre-fermentation maceration before being fermented in large wooden vats. After a three week fermentation, the wine is pressed using a vertical press before being transferred into 70% new tightly-grained oak barrels for 16-18 months.
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This stunning wine comes of a 0.834 ha parcel of the famous 37.692 ha Échézeaux vineyard in the commune of Flagey- Échézeaux. The vineyard has an easterly aspect and deep soils composed of gravel and silt. Grapes are hand harvested and undergo a short pre-fermentation maceration before being fermented in large wooden vats. After a three week fermentation, the wine is pressed using a vertical press before being transferred into 70% new tightly-grained oak barrels for 16-18 months.
  • Style: Red
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Region: Echezeaux
  • Code: DFGCE
  • Appellation: Burgundy
  • Country: France

Winery DOMAINE FAIVELEY

Domaine Faiveley is a family wine producer and négociant in Nuits-Saint-Georges. Established by Pierre Faiveley in 1825, initially as a wine merchant, today Faiveley produces their own wines and is also négociants buying wine and fruit from other producers and growers. The domaine is run by 7th generation Erwan Faiveley and the estate now owns 120 ha of vineyards throughout Burgundy. They have 10 ha of Grand Cru vineyard parcels including Chambertin-Clos de Bèze, Clos de Vougeot, and Echezeaux among others. Many parcels are less than 1 ha yielding only tiny quantities of wines. Domaine Faiveley also has 25 ha of Premier Cru vineyards spread through the Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise.