Domaine Faiveley (Joseph Faiveley) Clos des Cortons Faiveley Monopole Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2012

9.320 ratings on Delectable
$189

Bright, deep red. Deep aromas of black cherry, crushed rock and graphite. Dense, sappy and energetic, offering outstanding depth to its soil-driven black cherry and saline flavors. Delivers an uncanny combination of chewy texture and verve. Finishes with palate-staining length and lift, as tactile as a solid. A great vin de terroir for the cellar. Stephen Tanzer

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Ratings on Delectable

Stephen Mathews Delectable Pro

With homemade Coq au Vin...

With homemade Coq au Vin...

9.0

Darren Guillaume Delectable Pro

Lovely nose, and a fantastic Pinot. Has the austerity that can handle any red meat. Simply wow!

Lovely nose, and a fantastic Pinot. Has the austerity that can handle any red meat. Simply wow!

9.4

Chris Blanken Delectable Pro

Darn good

Darn good

9.0

Peter Yeung Delectable Pro

Bit of gummy cherry notes, intense flavor with a lifted, light body

Bit of gummy cherry notes, intense flavor with a lifted, light body

9.4

Trevor Maskell Delectable Pro

Beautiful Grand Cru. Red fruits, fine tannin, seamless oak integration. Just so fine

Beautiful Grand Cru. Red fruits, fine tannin, seamless oak integration. Just so fine

9.3

Jörgen Lindström Carlvik Delectable Pro

Owner, Brix Wine Consultants

Love the richness in their Corton and in this vintage it also prove itself as elegant and very pretty despite the classic elements of powerful fruit and age-worthy structure. Wonderful.

Love the richness in their Corton and in this vintage it also prove itself as elegant and very pretty despite the classic elements of powerful fruit and age-worthy structure. Wonderful.

9.8

Steve Gulden

2012 Grand Cru Monopole. Just a baby with so much potential!

2012 Grand Cru Monopole. Just a baby with so much potential!

9.4

Tony Robertson

Brilliant Red Burgundy, with soft finish but powerful taste, at odds with a gentle nose. We drank with appetizers, before a steak dinner with a Cain Five.

Brilliant Red Burgundy, with soft finish but powerful taste, at odds with a gentle nose. We drank with appetizers, before a steak dinner with a Cain Five.

10

Lewis Chester

2013 Corton. Bit closed. Good fruit, oak and spice. Medicinal Blackfruits. Good length.

2013 Corton. Bit closed. Good fruit, oak and spice. Medicinal Blackfruits. Good length.

9.2