Moderately saturated bright medium red. Pure if imploded aromas of red fruits and flowers lifted by mint. A bit medicinal and herbal, with a slight dryness that I don't find in the other grand crus today. Has personality but displays little easy sweetness. Finishes with building tannins. A bit inscrutable today, and on the light side for Clos Vougeot. Hervet told me that Faiveley sold off one of its three parcels in bulk because it was a bit rustic.Author: Stephen Tanzer
Professional content appears courtesy of Vinfolio
31 bottles owned by 7 collectors.
Since its founding in 2003, Vinfolio has brought the rarest and highest-quality wines to the the collector market. Located in San Francisco and Napa, we are a company of wine experts who understand and value the importance of wine provenance. Our premium supplier relationships and first-in-class technology help us protect your wine from sourcing through shipping with extraordinary care that only we can provide. Don't trust your fine wine with anything less!Learn More