Les Fuées is a small 4.38-hectare Premier Cru climat in the commune and appellation of Chambolle-Musigny. The vineyard is adjacent and directly southwest (toward the village) of the Grand Cru Bonnes-Mares, and lies at about the same altitude, 280-300 meters. As a geological continuation of the Bonnes-Mares slope, Les Fuées has very similar oolitic limestone soil. It is a cliché but nonetheless accurate to generalize that Les Fuées bears almost the same relation to Bonnes-Mares as Les Charmes does to Le Musigny: Les Fuées is a “junior” Bonnes-Mares, closely resembling its senior in terroir and falling just short of Grand Cru quality.
The vineyard name, Les Fuées, refers (in the Burgundian dialect) to the vineyard area that a farmer can daily tend with a hoe.
Exemplary Les Fuées is produced by Domaine J-F. Mugnier and by Maison Joseph Faiveley.