Armand Rousseau 2014 Mazis Chambertin

Armand Rousseau 2014 Mazis Chambertin
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Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

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Armand Rousseau's 2014 Mazis-Chambertin exemplifies the renowned structure and elegance of this esteemed appellation. With its deep ruby color, the wine captivates the eye with its richness and depth. On the nose, it reveals a complex bouquet of red and black fruits, intertwined with earthy undertones and subtle hints of spice. The palate is equally impressive, offering a harmonious blend of ripe berries, savory notes, and well-integrated tannins. Its full-bodied nature is balanced by refreshing acidity, lending freshness and vitality to the wine. The finish is long and lingering, leaving a lasting impression of refinement and finesse. This Mazis-Chambertin is a testament to Armand Rousseau's commitment to producing wines of exceptional quality and character, showcasing the true essence of the terroir.

Robert Parker - (92-94) Points

"The 2014 Mazy Chambertin Grand Cru saw 10% new oak and a touch of reduction appeared to accentuate that. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. I like the weight here. There is more body and density than the Charmes-Chambertin, though with the same finesse on the lightly spiced finish. Once the aromatics sort themselves out, this will be a very fine Mazy-Chambertin, though the Charmes has more charm."

Antonio Galloni - (90-93) Points

"(aged in 10% new oak, but most of the rest of the wine was racked into very young barrels in June): Healthy medium red. Sexy oak notes of coffee, mocha and spices complement dark cherry, berries, red licorice and wild herbs on the nose. Juicy and perfumed in the mouth, conveying an enticing hint of sweetness to the tangy black raspberry, spice, licorice and saline flavors. Finishes with firm, fine-grained tannins and noteworthy aromatic persistence, as well as a touch of roundness from the bit of new oak used for the first time for this cuvée. Previously, this wine has typically been more austere at this stage."