Maisons Marques et Domaines hosted an “Autumn Shoot” yesterday to celebrate the wines of Domaine Faiveley.
Guests were taken on a morning of tutored clay shooting followed by lunch at The Lodge, provided by Nat.ive restaurant, accompanied by a selection of Domaine Faiveley wines.
Domaine Faiveley was represented by Eve Faiveley, Marketing and Communications Director and seventh generation family member, who expertly guided the guests through the outstanding selection of wines served at lunch alongside seasonal game dishes provided by Nat.ive restaurant. Guests were able to enjoy the Bourgogne Chardonnay 2014, the Domaine Faiveley “La Framboisière” 2014, Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru “La Garenne” 2013, Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru “Les Beaux Bruns” 2012, and the stunning Corton “Clos des Cortons Faiveley” Grand Cru 2000.
Eve’s skill at explaining and tasting wine did not extend to her shooting ability, however, which led her to become the proud winner of the “Clay Conservation” prize, awarded to the person who hit the least number of clays throughout the day!
The overall winner of the shoot, William Hazlerigg, scored an astonishing 39/40, closely followed by Imogen Taylor, who shot 37/40, making her the highest scoring woman on the day.
Contact Domaine Faiveley’s Brand Manager, Christine Allen, to find out more.