Domaine Faiveley Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru 'Les Cazetiers' 2011, Burgundy, France

Côte de Nuits, Burgundy, France

Pinot Noir

92-94pts -Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar 
Good bright, full red. Knockout perfume of raspberry and rose petal offers an element of lift that I associate more with Clos Saint-Jacques. Then sappy and vibrant in the mouth, with outstanding purity and salty intensity to the flavors of red fruits and blood orange. Utterly fine-grained premier cru with perfectly harmonious acidity. The very long, rising finish features terrific floral, mineral lift. A great Cazetiers in the making.

91-93pts -Allen Meadows Burghound
A background application of wood does not materially diminish the layered and classic Cazetiers nose of humus, earth, animale, stone and cool wild dark berry fruit aromas. I very much like the mouth feel to the tautly muscled, intense and powerful flavors that possess real drive on the very firmly structured but not hard finish that delivers exceptionally good length. This is worth considering.

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