I get so many samples. 98% of them are industrial crap--even though they might be expensive. I'm always interested, however, when Faiveley shows up on my doorstep.
While I've been somewhat underwhelmed in the past few vintages I was very happy with two 2004's I recently tasted; the simple Bourgogne and the white Montagny, Domaine de la Croix Jacquelet
The basic red was not basic at all, kind of twiggy, nice vein of tannin which cut through an American Beauty rose-like pinot. A bargain at about $16. The Montagny was a tad more dense than a muscadet and had really lovely hints of preserved lemon. A very classy whitet burgundy at $20.