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Faiveley Gevrey-Chambertin 1er cru Cazetiers 2021

Pinot Noir from Gevrey-Chambertin, Côte de Nuits, Burgundy, France
TA 95
WFW 94-95
JM 92-95
CT 94
WH 92-93
AM 91-93
13.5% ABV
Item # 346238

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$144.95

750ml
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95 points Christy Canterbury, MW (TimAtkin.com): "Sunnier compared to the Lavaux St-Jacques and with deeper soils, this is enticingly open and giving now. Plums, toast and potpourri spice pour onto the dense palate. It is more finessed and less demanding in grippiness than in warmer, riper years. (2023)"

94-95 points Sarah Marsh, MW (The World of Fine Wine): "Good intensity of forest fruits and violets on the aroma. Light satin texture enfolds a rather strict, cool, even steely core. The finish brings together warm aromas and sapidity, and there is a light vibration on the finish. A little austerity is nice. 'This is the swan song of Cazetiers, as many old vines didn’t survive in 2021.' In 2022, the vines planted by Ewan Faiveley’s grandfather in the 1960s and ‘70s were pulled out. The domaine owns 10 acres (4ha), so there will still be some production. 2027–35. (Issue 79; 2023)"

92-95 points Jasper Morris, MW (Inside Burgundy): "A slightly deeper crimson colour. The bouquet is quite backward but with some peppery notes and fresh red fruit. More power on the palate, again with its usual mineral thread, in this case a salty touch. Really quite persistent, and still very backward. Drink from 2028-2036. (Nov 2022)"

94 points CellarTracker.com community score.

92-93 points/'Fine+,' Steen Öhman (Winehog): "Gevrey-Chambertin did well in 2021, although there was both frost and hail in parts of the village. Les Cazetieres from Faiveley is a hedonistic wine, generous and fruity. It does not have the same depth on the mid-palate as the Lavaux, but does have the same hedonistic qualities. Drink from 2032. (12/19/22)"

91-93 points/'Outstanding,' Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(from a huge 3.96 ha parcel). There is better layering and much more sauvage character present on the smoky nose of wild dark currant, game and a whiff of herbal tea. The medium weight plus flavors possess a beguiling texture along with a pronounced minerality that adds a sense of lift to the moderately austere finale that displays notably better depth and persistence. Very good quality here. Drink: 2031+. (Jan 2023)"
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95 points Christy Canterbury, MW (TimAtkin.com): "Sunnier compared to the Lavaux St-Jacques and with deeper soils, this is enticingly open and giving now. Plums, toast and potpourri spice pour onto the dense palate. It is more finessed and less demanding in grippiness than in warmer, riper years. (2023)"

94-95 points Sarah Marsh, MW (The World of Fine Wine): "Good intensity of forest fruits and violets on the aroma. Light satin texture enfolds a rather strict, cool, even steely core. The finish brings together warm aromas and sapidity, and there is a light vibration on the finish. A little austerity is nice. 'This is the swan song of Cazetiers, as many old vines didn’t survive in 2021.' In 2022, the vines planted by Ewan Faiveley’s grandfather in the 1960s and ‘70s were pulled out. The domaine owns 10 acres (4ha), so there will still be some production. 2027–35. (Issue 79; 2023)"

92-95 points Jasper Morris, MW (Inside Burgundy): "A slightly deeper crimson colour. The bouquet is quite backward but with some peppery notes and fresh red fruit. More power on the palate, again with its usual mineral thread, in this case a salty touch. Really quite persistent, and still very backward. Drink from 2028-2036. (Nov 2022)"

94 points CellarTracker.com community score.

92-93 points/'Fine+,' Steen Öhman (Winehog): "Gevrey-Chambertin did well in 2021, although there was both frost and hail in parts of the village. Les Cazetieres from Faiveley is a hedonistic wine, generous and fruity. It does not have the same depth on the mid-palate as the Lavaux, but does have the same hedonistic qualities. Drink from 2032. (12/19/22)"

91-93 points/'Outstanding,' Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(from a huge 3.96 ha parcel). There is better layering and much more sauvage character present on the smoky nose of wild dark currant, game and a whiff of herbal tea. The medium weight plus flavors possess a beguiling texture along with a pronounced minerality that adds a sense of lift to the moderately austere finale that displays notably better depth and persistence. Very good quality here. Drink: 2031+. (Jan 2023)"
Product SKU 346238
Producer Faiveley
Country France
Region Burgundy
SubRegion Côte de Nuits
Appellation Gevrey-Chambertin
Varietal Pinot Noir
Designation Premier Cru
Vintage 2021
Size 750ml
Color Red
ABV 13.5%
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