Domaine Faury

Saint Joseph Blanc Marsanne Roussanne Blend

8.933 ratings
9.05 pro ratings
St. Joseph, Northern Rhône, Rhône, France
White Rhone Blend
Top Notes For
Matt Perlman

The Faury Saint Joseph rouge is clearly one of the best Syrah values out there but don’t sleep on the blanc, which also happens to be among the most enjoyable northern Rhône whites I’ve ever had. Forget Condrieu and Hermitage blanc and buy this instead. Actually, forget I said anything

The Faury Saint Joseph rouge is clearly one of the best Syrah values out there but don’t sleep on the blanc, which also happens to be among the most enjoyable northern Rhône whites I’ve ever had. Forget Condrieu and Hermitage blanc and buy this instead. Actually, forget I said anything

Jan 13th, 2019
Adam Nelson

Beautiful aromatics.

Beautiful aromatics.

Jun 5th, 2015
Ely Cohn

The Faury wines have a quiet confidence and subdued boldness that I like. My 2012 is alive with good acid and fatty oil for texture. Pale golden with fresh yellow peaches, ripe orange, and starfruit. Bold and gentle.

The Faury wines have a quiet confidence and subdued boldness that I like. My 2012 is alive with good acid and fatty oil for texture. Pale golden with fresh yellow peaches, ripe orange, and starfruit. Bold and gentle.

Mar 13th, 2019
Scott Reiner

Perfect.

Perfect.

Apr 29th, 2014
Christopher Roy

Burnt marshmallow. This vintage was the first northern Syrah I ever had.

Burnt marshmallow. This vintage was the first northern Syrah I ever had.

Jan 28th, 2017
Matt Perlman

Plenty of textural richness, but a surprising amount of acidic and mineral cut for a N. Rhone white which is a good thing. Some Condrieu-like floral and pit fruit aromatics present on the palate as well with some melon and browned butter and a touch of background herbaceousness. Great with a wonderful oven roasted chicken--thanks @Steven Perlman! Another great night with the growing family.

Plenty of textural richness, but a surprising amount of acidic and mineral cut for a N. Rhone white which is a good thing. Some Condrieu-like floral and pit fruit aromatics present on the palate as well with some melon and browned butter and a touch of background herbaceousness. Great with a wonderful oven roasted chicken--thanks @Steven Perlman! Another great night with the growing family.

Jan 17th, 2017
Konstantin Shishkin

Excellent, fruity with an incredible floral nose.

Excellent, fruity with an incredible floral nose.

Mar 30th, 2016
Skip Smyser

Classical French. Washington and California do it better

Classical French. Washington and California do it better

Dec 11th, 2015
Tyler Kirby

Wet gravel, nutty, floral. Very nice!

Wet gravel, nutty, floral. Very nice!

Dec 10th, 2015
Max Kelly

Soft, not enough concentration. Unremarkable.

Soft, not enough concentration. Unremarkable.

Dec 5th, 2015