Located in the heart of the Côte de Nuits, in Nuits-Saint-Georges, the Faiveley family has been making wine here since 1825. Following six generations before him, the domaine is today in the hands of Erwan Faiveley, who took over from his father in 2005. Since taking the reins, Erwan has invested heavily in the winery, including introducing new vinification and maturation methods, whilst remaining true to the values of those before him. He also built a spectacular new winery which was used for the first time in 2018.
With 120-hectares of vines on exceptional terroirs, including in 12 Grand Cru and 25 Premier Cru climats, these iconic wines are enjoyed in 80 countries around the world.
Interview with Eve Faiveley, Owner
What is Domaine Faiveley’s philosophy and style of winemaking?
Our family has gradually acquired 120 hectares of vineyards located in some of the most prestigious 'climats' of Burgundy. For the past seven generations, we have been committed to rigorous viticulture and precise vinification, in order to continue to build the reputation of our historical wine domaine and our unique family heritage. We strive for excellence, from our work in the vineyards right through to the bottling of our wines. Our desire is to enhance these outstanding Burgundian terroirs with a style that combines strength, finesse and elegance. The Domaine’s values and culture are summed up in the keywords: family spirit, tradition and modernity, innovation and investment, savoir-faire, prestige and quality.
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