The Mazis Chambertin presents with a pleasant nose of woody, spicy and red fruit notes. This nice blend of fruity and woody aromas continues on the palate. The tannins are supple and fruity and the finish is long. This is a balanced wine, full of finesse and elegance.
Wine Enthusiast (WE): 95
"Rich, yet always elegant, this has raspberry flavor and terrific acidity that creates tension, contrasting with the opulent fruit. While it's structured, it will soften and round out over the next five years."
Burghound (BH): 93-96
"A very deeply pitched nose that displays fresh red and dark berry fruit and floral aromas along with notes of the sauvage that continue over to the serious and very solidly structured big-bodied flavors. This is an impressively scaled wine yet the supporting tannins are relatively fine though quite dense and as such, the overall impression is one of robust power even if it is refined in its delivery. This is going to require a long cellar stay but it should be magnificent when it finally emerges."
Stephen Tanzer (ST): 92-95
"Good deep red. Reduced aromas of game and silex reminded me of a Corton grand cru. Fat and sweet but a bit monolithic today compared to the Latricieres, without quite the same impression of inner-palate energy of delineation. Best today on the very long, thick, unflagging finish. This very large-scaled wine still needs more elevage."
Wine Spectator (WS): 94
"The cherry, raspberry, earth, spice and mineral flavors are offset by smoky oak and solid tannins in this well-defined red. Vibrant and long, offering oak spice and mineral on the finish. This should develop beautifully.."