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Domaine Faiveley Echezeaux 2013

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92-96 points Fine Wine Review: Faiveley's Echézeaux comes from the Combe d'Orveaux climat, and above it are the Vosne premier cru En Orveaux (probably Vosne's most delicate premier cru) and the village portion of the Combe d'Orveau climat in Chambolle-Musigny. Jérôme Flous says that because of the finesse of wines that come from its location, the wine is practically a Chambolle-Musigny, and that it is best to regard it as such. It's an interesting thought, and one that I've not heard before. The nose is spiced and dark. The mouth has finesse and is light and pure in its dark fruit with a little spice and excellent length. (9/30/14)

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Pierre Faiveley started the domaine in 1825 and his son Joseph gave his name to the family business.A Georges Faiveley was involved in the founding of  the Chevaliers du Tastevin organisation.[ www.tastevin-bougogne.com]The domaine is now run by 7th generation Erwan Faiveley. The family are also involved with an engineering business that also bears their name [www.faiveleytransport.com]T... Read more
Pierre Faiveley started the domaine in 1825 and his son Joseph gave his name to the family business.A Georges Faiveley was involved in the founding of  the Chevaliers du Tastevin organisation.[ www.tastevin-bougogne.com]The domaine is now run by 7th generation Erwan Faiveley. The family are also involved with an engineering business that also bears their name [www.faiveleytransport.com]There are 120 hectares in total spread all over Burgundy and includes 10 hectares of Grand Cru and 25 of Premier Cru making it one of the larger Burgundy domaines Read less

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92-96 points Fine Wine Review: Faiveley's Echézeaux comes from the Combe d'Orveaux climat, and above it are the Vosne premier cru En Orveaux (probably Vosne's most delicate premier cru) and the village portion of the Combe d'Orveau climat in Chambolle-Musigny. Jérôme Flous says that because of the finesse of wines that come from its location, the wine is practically a Chambolle-Musigny, and that it is best to regard it as such. It's an interesting thought, and one that I've not heard before. The nose is spiced and dark. The mouth has finesse and is light and pure in its dark fruit with a little spice and excellent length. (9/30/14)

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