''A stunning wine, you could easily mistake this for a Grand Cru. It features complex aromas of licorice, black forest berries and spicy tones. Deep and concentrated with a lot of tannins, making this suave and silky.'' 94 Points, James Suckling
''A stunning wine, you could easily mistake this for a Grand Cru. However, this is still very young and needs time until 2020 (at the very least) for the complex licorice, black forest berries and spicy bouquets to develop fully. Deep and concentrated with a lot of tannins, making this suave and silky. 50% whole cluster and great fruit quality have given this a couple of decades of aging potential." 94 Points, James Suckling
''Relatively affordable Burgundy of excellent quality? Can happen. Gee, this is punching above its weight. Deep, slightly smoky, blackberry, raspberry, mint, spice and positive oak. Medium-bodied, fleshy and tannic, almost dark and brooding, certainly has this sense of earth/minerality and graphite tannin. Finish is rich in tannin, black tea, and length with a firm pulse. Rolling. In short, bloody good. Perhaps give it a couple of years yet, mind you. Love this.'' 94 Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
This small parcel, known as a 'clos', formerly belonged to the Kings of France. It is considered the best of the appellation's parcels and was purchased by the Faiveley family in 1971.