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Average Score 94.75

The 2012 Mazoyeres-Chambertin Grand Cru comes from 50-year old vines and this vintage includes 50% whole cluster fruit. The stem addition lends the aromatics more complexity and nuance, fresh blackberry and boysenberry fruit complemented by hints of marmalade and quince. The palate is medium-bodied with silk smooth tannins that are a little fuller and more rounded than the other grand crus from this domaine. It lends this Mazoyeres fine weight and persistency, the finish neat and tidy with an undercurrent of mineralite and edginess. This is one of the best from Christophe Perrot-Minot this year. ||The job of a wine critic is not easy, not at this level. There is a level of expectation on behalf of the winemaker commensurate with his generic red, all the way up to his grand cru, expectation determined less by the performance of its peers a la Bordeaux, but governed by the effort, the labor and love that has been expended in its creation. Christophe Perrot-Minot is one winemaker who I admire. We taste through his wines but it’s a two-way street. Christophe appreciates feedback, which I oblige if time permits and they do not expect scores or individual assessments and that they are aware my response will be frank. Why lie when it’s going to be written? What I appreciate about Christophe is that I perhaps hit him hard with my opinion that his wines have a leitmotif that might exist at the expense of terroir expression. To paraphrase, if you like one of Perrot-Minot’s wines you will be endeared to them all since my palate continually picked out similar fruit profiles and textures. An analogy that sprang to mind was of someone trying too hard to be your friend. During our exchange, I suggested that just maybe, he should not be so severe in his selection, as admirable that may be. His wines might succor more charm if just for once they included a soupcon of errant berries, perhaps dial down a notch the pigeage and remontage, just to think about the wines less intensely than I think he does. Just go with the flow. That has been my conclusion having tasted here before and it is no different apropos his 2012s. “We lost quantity during flowering, especially in the south part of Cote de Nuits,” Christophe informs. “It was not a very nice summer, but during the harvest it was good weather. Part of the fruit was not ripe so it was important to sort. We produced around 20 to 25 hectoliters per hectare. I cannot remember the date we started the harvest...when it was ripe for me!”I liked these wines, but I think they can be even better. They all contain immense fruit purity with those dark cherry fruit and cashmere textures are seductive. What I would like to see is a diversification in fruit profile, as I mentioned to Christophe, enhance the red fruit spectrum more, let the terroir speak louder than the intention of the winemaker. All Christophe’s wines were tasted from cask that had not been racked, which will be done just before bottling in spring., 2013
There is enough reduction present to render the nose unreadable. There is by contrast a lovely vivacity to the big, broad and robust flavors that possess plenty of concentration and focused power while delivering flat out astonishing persistence. The mid-palate is replete with seemingly buckets of dry extract that not only stains the palate but also buffers the formidable tannic spine on the impeccably well-balanced finish. This is a very serious wine that will definitely require extended cellaring to realize its full potential. Tasted: Jan 15, 2014. Drink: 2027+

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