Critical Acclaim: 96 pts Decanter95 pts Vinous; 94 pts Burghound.
Tasting Notes: "There is a mentholated top note to the very ripe and more sauvage-inflected aromas of cassis, spice, warm earth and a whiff of port character. The slightly more refined and quite suave yet even more powerful big-bodied flavors culminate in robust, exceptionally firm and compact finish."- Burghound.
"Mazoyères should be a Morey-St-Denis Grand Cru,' says Romain Taupenot, controversially claiming this southern corner of Gevrey-Chambertin for his own village. He's one of the few producers to make a Mazoyères as well as a Charmes-Chambertin and the former is always a little better in my view, with darker fruit flavours, more concentration, sappy acidity and notes of clove and vanilla spices."- Decanter
Varietal: Pinot Noir.