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Joseph Drouhin

Joseph Drouhin Musigny

History and Family: Maison Joseph Drouhin Burgundy, France is one of the most complex winemaking regions in the world with a rich history of viticulture dating back to the first century. With the fall of the Roman Empire, and the rise of Catholicism as a powerful political force, vineyards fell into the hands of the church. Viticulture thrived, and by ... Read More »

Domaine Faiveley: Quintessential Burgundy

Faiveley Vineyards at Clos Vougeot

Seven generations of the Faiveley family have produced some of the best wines of Burgundy from the Côte des Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise in their 19th Century vaulted cellars in the Nuits-Saint-Georges. With origins as a simple negociant business in 1825, today Domaine Faiveley is one of the largest producers, and arguably best, producers in Burgundy. From ... Read More »

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