Burgundy’s Bullet Train

Erwan Faiveley makes dramatic changes at his family’s domaine while honoring a tradition of quality
From the Oct 31, 2009, issue
Erwan Faiveley sits in an enviable position in the wine world. The 30-year-old vintner represents the seventh generation of his family to run the esteemed Domaine Faiveley, a source of some of Burgundy's best wines.

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