History of Domaine Faiveley

Since 1825, the Faiveley family has always worked the vines with the greatest respect for their terroirs of Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise. Since the founder, Pierre Faiveley, 7 generations of the Faiveley family have succeeded one another. Today the estate is in the hands of Erwan Faiveley and operates these parcels in the most prestigious appellations of Burgundy. Over the years, the estate has grown and today it covers 120 hectares and its production is close to 800,000 bottles each year. The vineyard is planted with two grape varieties: exclusively Pinot Noir for the red wines and exclusively Chardonnay for the white wines.

Its aim is to offer the best of wines, nourished by the land of Burgundy, which are the expression of this high quality and unique diversity. Each bottle of Grands Crus and Premiers Crus is a faithful reflection of it.

The appellations worked by Domaine Faiveley

The estate operates a multitude of plots of land on the greatest appellations of Burgundy including :

Nuits St Georges : 8 wines including 5 Premiers Crus

Gevrey Chambertin : 15 wines including 11 Premiers Crus with notably the Cazetiers and Lavaux St Jacques

Mercurey : 12 wines including 3 Premiers Crus

Pommard : 3 wines including 1 Premier Cru (Les Rugiens)

The appellations as Grands Crus : Bienvenues Batard Montrachet , Batard Montrachet , Chambertin , Corton , Corton Charlemagne , Clos de vougeot , Echezeaux.

The best cuvées and vintages of Domaine Faiveley

The Domaine Faiveley wine with the highest score by Robert Parker is Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru of the 1985 vintage with a score of 98/100. We also note the quality of the Domaine's wines from the 1990 vintage and particularly from the latest vintages: 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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