This has a really pretty and attractive nose, somewhat akin to really good Chambolle. That's where the similarities end though, with the palate showing dark earth, brown twig, spice and some pleasant-mid-palate austerity and linearity. Overall it's savoury and slightly burly, with youthful tannin to close. A wine for those who love the old school charm of classic Nuits Saint Georges. - Ches Cook, FWC.
Jérôme Flous told me that he began harvest on August 19, and he was as pleased with the wines as he was taken aback by their vibrancy and saturated hues. It's a terrific set of wines for Faiveley, with lower alcohol and lower pHs than in 2019 but with incredible concentration and purity. Everything reviewed here comes warmly recommended.