The wine received its name from the growing location ( Fay domb = Fay hill ). It is a West-facing slope in volcanic MATRA appellation and wines are very much defined by its underlying Pannonic-sea sedimental clay -type layers. A good expression of the terroir, elegant grape – flower on the nose then a surprise saltiness on the palate, arriving in more than one wave. The grapes were planted in 1998. A rigorous bunch-selection precedes the harvest. Watch out: NOT a ‘fragrant’ category!