2015 Mazis Chambertin

Faiveley

95Average Score
Red
6x75cl
-
1 Immediate | 18 Marketplace
£1,072.00
12x75cl
-
0 Immediate | 14 Marketplace
£2,142.00
12x75cl
-
0 Immediate | 1 Marketplace
Duty Paid
£2,142.00
Bts
-
0 Immediate | 3 Marketplace
£180.00
Scores & Notes
Average Score
95
Critic Notes

The Mazis-Chambertin is sort of in between the refined Latriciere-Chambertin and the generous and lush Charmes-Chambertin. The nose offer rich layered red fruit brought forward by a deep earthy minerality. On the palate layers of rich and energetic fruit .. very juicy and harmonious – generous and delicate – with quite some intensity and power. In the end it’s however the vibrant energy and the juicy fruit that sets the scene .. a outstanding Mazis – a tribute to the vineyards acquired from Dupont-Tisserandot. Jun 2016, www.winehog.org, Drink: 2034+

Score: 95-96/100Steen Öhman, Winehog

(from both Mazis Haut and Bas where the two parcels total a remarkable 1.20 ha). A more deeply pitched nose is composed by notes of dark berry fruit, spice, earth and a hint of animale. There is obvious minerality to the rich, full and naturally sweet broad-scaled yet relatively elegant flavors that are solidly structured, muscular and wonderfully intense while delivering superb complexity on the hugely long and moderately rustic finish. This gorgeous effort is indisputably built for long-term aging. Dec 2016, www.burghound.com

Score: 93-95/100Allen Meadows, Burghound

Faively's superb 2015 Mazis-Chambertin Grand Cru opens in the glass with a brooding bouquet of dark wild berries, smoky plums, grilled meat, rose hip and burnt orange that has already entirely digested its new oak. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, ample and rich, with a layered mid-palate and a serious chassis of fine-grained tannins largely hidden in a deep core of sappy fruit. The finish is long and savory. Cropped at a mere 20 hectoliters per hectare, this is one the highlights of the Faiveley range this year. Apr 2018, www.robertparker.com

Score: 94-/100William Kelley
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Product details
Country
France
Region
Burgundy
Sub-region
Mazis Chambertin
Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
-
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
Country
France
Region
Burgundy
Sub-region
Mazis Chambertin
Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
-
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
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