The wines from Michel Caillot are extremely rare here in the USA, and though the Domaine has been in operation for some time, many of the locals in the area aren't familiar with the name. The Domaine was started by Michel Caillot's father in 1961, comprising 13 hectares of vines in some very lovely vineyards. In the 80s, the Domaine went organic and stopped using chemicals in the vineyards, which is still upheld. Caillot is an underrated producer that we've enjoyed in small quantities throughout the years, and the 2014 was just tasted and is in great shape. It is a very focused wine showing Grand Cru weight and from one of the great white Burgundy vintages. These are ex-Domaine releases coming directly from the Caillot cellars and are in spectacular condition. It's not common to see ex-cellar bottles from the 2014 anymore, and right now, we have the only bottles of the 2014 Folatieres in the USA. This is the best buy for 2014 Folatieres on the market right now and an excellent option for those looking for white Burgundy from a great vintage with a little more age.