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Bottle Size: 750 ml
Rating: D 96, JM 96, VN 94
Mazoyères seems to have fared better in the hot conditions of 2017 than neighbouring Charmes-Chambertin, as this wine has more acidity and depth than its stablemate, with good tension and depth with layers of sappy, chalky, dark berry fruit.
Bright fresh red, plenty of energy, this is very promising. Superb quality of fruit on the palate with a mineral crunch behind, boundless energy. This is very exciting and delivers a magical finish. The bouquet keeps improving, with a floral intensity backed by ravishing fruit picked at the right time.
Jasper Morris, Inside Burgundy.
Replicates its impressive showing from barrel. Fragrant scents of raspberry and crushed strawberry billow from the glass; that subtle black truffle aroma remains intact, and there are hints of warm embers/ash in the background. The palate is medium-bodied with fine-grained tannins, a little spicier than I recollect and conspicuously becoming more pixelated with aeration. As I remarked from barrel, a "serious" Mazoyères-Chambertin.
Antonio Galloni, Vinous.
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