95.5 points CellarTracker.com community score.
93-96 points/'Don't miss!' Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(from a 1.29 ha parcel). Discreet but not invisible wood serves as a backdrop for the airy, ripe and very pure red and dark cherry, earth and wonderfully broad-ranging spice notes. There is terrific punch to the big, robust, tautly structured and well-muscled flavors that ooze with minerality and buckets of mid-palate sap that buffers the prominent tannic spine on the youthfully austere finish. This massively long effort should age glacially but gracefully for several decades. Drink: 2035+. (Jan 2017)"
95 points Stephen Tanzer (Vinous): "[$491/750ml list] Bright, full red. Ineffable aromas of raspberry, rose petal and minerals display wonderful perfumed lift for the year. Silky, concentrated and fine-grained on entry, then sharply delineated and perfumed in the middle palate, boasting superb floral lift and an impression of menthol reserve to its black raspberry, crushed stone and botanical herb flavors. A wonderfully savory, silky midweight with terrific energy and restrained sweetness for the year, not to mention noble, perfectly buffered tannins. The savory, slowly building finish is hard to scrape off your palate. This outstanding 2015 really stands out for its light touch. (Jan 2018)"
95 points Stephen Brook (Decanter): "Surprisingly floral on the nose, with delicate and charming raspberry fruit. Lean, precise and very fresh, this is less hefty than the regular Clos de Beze and has more finesse and delicacy. Exeptionally stylish for this site. Drinking Window: 2020-2035. (Jan 2017)"
95 points Tim Atkin, MW: "Faiveley’s three parcels are all in the Clos de Bèze, making 1.29 hectares in total, although one of them is used for the Ouvrées Rodin bottling. This is one of a series of impressive reds from this brilliant négociant in 2015, with supple, textured blackberry and black cherry flavours, a backbone of serious tannins and a patina of new oak. 2022-30."
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