Red

2006 Faiveley Latricières-Chambertin

Pinot Noir

  • France
  • Burgundy
  • Côte de Nuits
  • Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru
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Community Tasting Notes 13

  • conviction buy Does not like this wine: (85 points)

    August 6, 2016 - Clear ruby in color, cool menthol, spice and red fruit aroma. Bitter acidic on palate, tannin rough and grippy, too much oak and not enough fruit as balance.

    1 person found this helpful Comment
  • PC73 Likes this wine: (91 points)

    April 13, 2015 - Was interested to try this, as definitely from the new era of faiveley and some of the 2006s have had poor reviews. This was in good shape. There was a real hint of mint, eucalyptus on the nose. Nice balance and well integrated on the palate.

    1 person found this helpful Comment
  • kingkanu wrote:

    December 10, 2014 - Deep cherry with a good dollop of vanilla on the nose, the entry on the palate is a little weak and finished slightly bitter

  • Eric Guido wrote: (88 points)

    August 2, 2014 - The nose showed dusty, ripe cherry, dry soil tones, crushed fall leaves and hints of manure. On the palate, it was acid driven and angular, showing tart cherry and stony minerals. The finish lasted long on the back palate with an astringent zing and lingering notes of spice and white pepper.

    1 person found this helpful Comment
  • Mlermontov wrote: (91 points)

    July 30, 2014 - B-day Bash - Carlisle, BDX, Nemo and more (Danny Brown - Queens): needed time and food. still rather young. earthy cherry and forest on the nose. sour cherry is the dominant fruit in the mouth. With time this became more elegant and smooth. still with some grip. Perhaps more time will make this into a more elegant wine, though it was very enjoyable now too.

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  • By Jancis Robinson, MW
    9/10/2009 (link)

    (Dom Faiveley, Grand Cru Latricières-Chambertin Red) Subscribe to see review text.

Vinous

  • By Stephen Tanzer
    March/April 2009, IWC Issue #143 (link)

    (Domaine Faiveley Latricieres Chambertin) Subscribe to see review text.

  • By Stephen Tanzer
    March/April 2008, IWC Issue #137 (link)

    (Domaine Faiveley Latricieres Chambertin) Subscribe to see review text.

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  • By Allen Meadows
    1st Quarter, 2008, Issue #29 (link)

    (Domaine Joseph Faiveley Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru Red) Subscribe to see review text.

Garagiste

  • By Jon Rimmerman
    4/20/2011 (link)

    (LATRICIERES CHAMBERTIN Faiveley)
    Latriciéres

    Dear Friends,

    Today’s offer also falls under the “this is not a joke” series...

    The recent 2006 Faiveley offers have been even more popular than I imagined. A large number of you were shut out of the Porets and Vignerondes and while I apologize that additional quantities are unavailable, what I’ve come up this afternoon may be even better...

    Latriciéres-Chambertin, with perfect provenance,

    I’ve had this wine open for three days and it’s still on the ascent. While I'm not sure that it will take a full two decades to come around (as noted in Alan’s review), I have no problem making the claim that this is every bit as good as Faiveley’s 2005 Latriciéres (which sells for $200-300+) with an ageing curve that will be just as long.

    The truth is that they hardly produce Burgundy like this anymore – wine of a mineral-specific/physical stature that will gradually advance toward a certain majesty years down the road. It appears that more and more producers are crafting red Burgundy in a sweeter, rounder, more fruited and accessible style – not the case here. This is a very serious bottle of Grand Cru that is not only fairly priced, it would be a fantastic choice for a 2006 birth year as it will have no problem marching toward a 21st birthday:



    FIRST COME FIRST SERVED up to 6/person until we run out...

    ONE SHIPMENT ONLY at this price:

    2006 Faiveley Latriciéres-Chambertin Grand Cru -
    (compare at $120-200+)

    To order: nicki@garagistewine.com

    This is not a long-term pre-arrival – it is set to arrive in the next week or two (please check OARS for local pick-up after May 10th). It will ship during the Spring shipping season (weather permitting).

    Out of state orders will be held for free under ideal storage conditions (56 degrees/70%humidity) until shipping is possible. Locals may pick up at their leisure.

    For current local pick up and arrival/ship information, please see your OARS link below (at the bottom of this offer) - don’t know how to access your OARS? Simply click the link and see your account. You can also paste the link into your browser. If you are having trouble with your link or your account, please contact: support@garagistewine.com

    NO SALES TO RETAILERS OR WHOLESALERS

    Thank you,

    Jon Rimmerman
    Garagiste
    Seattle, WA



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Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2006
  • Type Red
  • Producer Faiveley
  • Varietal Pinot Noir
  • Designation n/a
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country France
  • Region Burgundy
  • SubRegion Côte de Nuits
  • Appellation Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru

Community Holdings

  • Pending Delivery 3 (1%)
  • In Cellars 383 (85%)
  • Consumed 62 (14%)

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