Domaine Faiveley is a wine producer in Burgundy, France situated in Nuits-Saint-Georges and established in 1825. Faiveley also runs a négociant business, but this activity is much smaller in volume than the wine production from their own vineyards.
Faiveley owns 120 hectares (300 acres) of vineyards in Burgundy, which makes them one of Burgundy's largest vineyard owners.
90-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound
An elegant, cool and pure nose features notes of wild red berries, pungent earth and a sauvage note. There is an equally cool impression to the medium weight plus flavors that exude a fine minerality on the delicious, intense and naturally austere finish. In 2012 this is a muscular, even robust wine but not necessarily rustic. (1/2014)
90-92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Bright, dark red. Black cherry, licorice and a whiff of game on the brooding nose. Sweet, saline and densely packed but a baby today, with subtle dark fruit and game flavors currently cut off by chewy, slightly tough tannins. Quite unevolved right now. (1/2014)
This is one of Gevrey's top 1er Crus, planted first in the 7th century by he Benedictines.The soil here is white marl at the top and finer, reddish clay at the bottom. This is wine of substantial size and structure, but without edgy tannins. (Keith Wolllenberg, K&L Burgundy Buyer)