Domaine Faiveley (Joseph Faiveley) Clos des Myglands Mercurey 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2013

Ratings on Delectable

Amer S. Ahmed Delectable Pro

Exuberant and showing well now, this single vineyard Burgundy exhibits raspberry liqueur, cranberry, black cherry, cola, dark chocolate, with sweet red spice and crushed rock, dried leaves, and a hint of licorice. Medium body and acid and fine, integrated tannin. Lovely with pheasant on a winter vegetable purée.

Exuberant and showing well now, this single vineyard Burgundy exhibits raspberry liqueur, cranberry, black cherry, cola, dark chocolate, with sweet red spice and crushed rock, dried leaves, and a hint of licorice. Medium body and acid and fine, integrated tannin. Lovely with pheasant on a winter vegetable purée.

9.1

ADAM STROMFELD Delectable Pro

Raspberry nose young red well balanced ripe cherry new world style. This is the perfect transition wine between new and old world!

Raspberry nose young red well balanced ripe cherry new world style. This is the perfect transition wine between new and old world!

8.9

Flavio Menezes

A bit rustic, over extracted.

A bit rustic, over extracted.

8.4

Delectable Featured Wine

One of the many beautiful Côte Chalonnaise selected by @Francesca Maniace(Commonwealth) and Jonathan Waters (Chez Panisse), this monopole from Faiveley a true insider's wine (read stellar value), it hits all the essential notes: elegant fruit, supple texture, bright acidity and classic Burgundian minerality #lapaulee16 #offgrid

One of the many beautiful Côte Chalonnaise selected by @Francesca Maniace(Commonwealth) and Jonathan Waters (Chez Panisse), this monopole from Faiveley a true insider's wine (read stellar value), it hits all the essential notes: elegant fruit, supple texture, bright acidity and classic Burgundian minerality #lapaulee16 #offgrid

Location

  • 1945 Palmer Avenue
    Larchmont, NY 10538

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-6PM

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