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Faiveley Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru 2005

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96-99 points Fine Wine Review: ...the monumental Chambertin-Clos-de-Bèze displays incredible complexity in the nose and mouth with density and depth. Yet, it is perhaps the youngest of all the wines here and will require extended cellaring. (Issue #114; 2006)

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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

External Reviews for Faiveley Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru

External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
02/06/2009

As aromatically complex as the Clos des Cortons is, the Clos de Bèze goes it one better with a dazzling array of spice, earth, mineral, fruit and subtle floral aromas that change every few seconds but continue onto the elegant, pure, transparent and ... Burghound. A Pinot Noir wine from Burgundy in France. 2005 Faiveley Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru 750ml



96-99 points Fine Wine Review: ...the monumental Chambertin-Clos-de-Bèze displays incredible complexity in the nose and mouth with density and depth. Yet, it is perhaps the youngest of all the wines here and will require extended cellaring. (Issue #114; 2006)

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