Pleasant and complex aroma with fruity aroma and tones of minerals, liquorice and other spices. The wine is presented by its liveliness and solid, typical for the Bourgogne Grand Cru, a harmonious structure.
In the famous appellation of Clos de Béze, Faiveley owns almost 1.5 hectares out of a total of fifteen. Significant fame is achieved in the vineyard in the 18th century, when its wine costs up to 20 times more than others. Today's vineyards are 44 years old on average.
Fermentes in wooden barrels, matures 16-18 months - 70% of new barrels.