Faiveley owns vines in both sections of this vineyard – les Mazis Hauts and Mazis Bas. For many people, this is the most complex and thrilling of the satellite Grand Crus which adjoin Chambertin and Chambertin Clos de Bèze. Winemaker Jérôme Flous has told us that Mazis, for him, should embody everything to be expected from a great wine in this village, and this he has certainly achieved with this 2019. Colour is rich, bright purple, aromas being plentiful, ripe and fresh. Palate has amazing, dense fruitiness, with solid structure and mouth-coating tannins. Barrel-ageing until Spring 2021 will allow all elements to merge into harmony, promising spectacular length of aftertaste, with great potential for ageing (for drinking 2025-2040+).
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