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Burghound, January 2019,
An overtly spicy array is comprised of mostly red berries and lovely range of floral elements that are trimmed in just enough wood to merit pointing out. The mouthfeel of the broad-shouldered flavors is sleeker though not quite as dense or powerful while exhibiting fine length on the lingering and moderately austere finale where a hint of bitter cherry pit-character emerges. This is more elegant than the Mazoyères though just as structured and a wine that will also need extended cellaring to arrive at its peak. 91-93. DRINK 2032+
Mazis-Chambertin is one of the nine Grands Crus in the Gevrey-Chambertin district on the Côte de Nuits, producing red wine from Pinot Noir. It is located on a gentle slope in the north of the Grand Cru area of Gevrey-Chambertin. The vineyard lies on a limestone subsoil, topped with brown, chalky soil. It is sheltered from the winds and hail by the woods of the Montagne de la Combe Grisard to the North West. When young these wines are bursting with strawberry and raspberry flavours, as well as violets and gamey undertones. Mazis-Chambertin is very aromatic, dark in colour and long lasting.