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Domaine Faiveley

Faiveley Chambertin "Clos de Beze" Grand Cru

Faiveley Chambertin "Clos de Beze" Grand Cru

Regular price $450.00 SGD
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Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir

Country & Region: France | Burgundy

Alcohol Level (%): 13

Bottle Size: 750ml

Since the 1930's, the family has owned the largest amount of land in this appellation. Domaine Faiveley own 3 parcels: "Grands Rangs", "Clos de Bèze Haut" and "Vieilles Vignes". Clos de Bèze is the most complex wine from Faiveley's range and evolves beautifully over time to reveal its true potential.

Winemaker notes

Intense ruby red hue and complex nose offering fruity and roasted notes. The palate is powerful, elegant and distinctive with smooth yet direct tannins and a remarkably long and elegant finish.


Burghound 93-95: An exuberantly spicy and attractively fresh nose offers up notes of red currant, essence of plum and ample floral influences, all of which is surrounded by much more subtle wood influence. The refined and pure middle weight flavors possess excellent delineation and verve while delivering very fine complexity and persistence on the youthfully austere finish. Like many of the wines in the range, this is not especially dense but it is beautifully harmonious and well-balanced plus the dense but fine tannins should assure a long life.


Burghound 93-96: An even spicier and wonderfully expansive nose reflects notes of anise, clove, lavender and violet that suffuse the red and dark pinot fruit scents. The mouthfeel of the big-bodied flavors possess a lovely sense of underlying tension along with good detail and a subtle minerality on the equally firm but somewhat less austere finale. This is slightly more complete and a wine of class and grace though make no mistake, if you wish to see it at its peak, a good deal of patience is advised.

Wine Advocate 94-96: The 2018 Chambertin-Clos de Bèze Grand Cru soars from the glass with a rich bouquet of cassis, dark berries, baking chocolate, woodsmoke, loamy soil, licorice and grilled game. On the palate, it's full-bodied, rich and concentrated, with terrific energy and structural refinement despite the wine's texture and volume and a long, saline finish.


Burghound 93-96: A mildly toasty and mentholated nose offers up a wonderful array of spice elements on the notably floral red berry fruit and earth-inflected aromas. The sleek and satin-textured big-bodied flavors possess a highly sophisticated mouthfeel that exudes evident minerality on the youthfully austere and terrifically persistent finish. A brief summation would be cool and very classy.

Wine Advocate 94-96: Aromas of cassis, plums, orange oil, smoked meats, loamy soil and black truffle preface Faiveley's 2019 Chambertin-Clos de Bèze Grand Cru, a full-bodied, velvety and sumptuous wine that's elegantly textural and fleshy, with its broad-shouldered chassis of tannin cloaked in an ample core of succulent fruit. Long and complete, it's a terrific Clos de Bèze in the making.


Wine Advocate 94-96: The 2022 Chambertin-Clos de Bèze Grand Cru is brilliant, bursting with aromas of sweet wild berries and cherries mingled with notions of peonies, vine smoke and incense. Full-bodied, layered and unctuous, with a thick but lively core of fruit framed by rich, powdery tannins, it concludes with a broad, saline finish.

James Suckling 97-98: A bit embryonic, but already deep with fine red berry aromas. In spite of the ample structure this moves gracefully over the palate. Then the turbo kicks in at the finish and races this off into the distance!

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