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Domaine Faiveley Les Charmes Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru

Domaine Faiveley
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750 mL
Wine Type
Red Still Wine
RegionBurgundy
Alcohol Level
Country
France
SubregionChambolle-Musigny 1er Cru 'Les Charmes'
Drinking Window
GrapesPinot Noir
Wine Description:
Domaine Faiveley Les Charmes Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru is a premium wine produced by the renowned Domaine Faiveley winery. This wine comes from the Chambolle-Musigny appellation, which is known for producing some of the finest Pinot Noir grapes in the world. The vineyard features a unique terroir with limestone and clay soils, which impart a distinct minerality to the wine. The winemaking process involves careful selection of the grapes, followed by fermentation and aging in oak barrels. The resulting wine is elegant and refined, with a complex bouquet of red fruit, floral notes, and subtle hints of spice. It has a silky texture and a long, lingering finish, making it a perfect choice for special occasions or pairing with fine cuisine. Read more
Pros:
  • Complex aroma of blackberry, cherry, and red currant
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Cons:
  • Limited availability, making it harder to find

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Wine Expert Note:

This Burgundy from Domaine Faiveley is a truly delightful wine. It has a bright ruby color with a nose that has aromas of dark cherry, raspberry, and spice. On the palate it is well-balanced with bright acidity and a velvet texture. The flavors are of ripe red and dark fruits, with a hint of earthy complexity. The finish is long and lingering, with a touch of sweet spice. This Premier Cru is an excellent example of Chambolle-Musigny and a testament to the quality of Faiveley's winemaking. Read more
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