Mazis-Chambertin

On 23 areas of land on the upper slopes of Gevrey-Chambertin’s grand cru belt lies Mazis-Chambertin, a grand cru vineyard on the Côte de Nuits. Sharing its location with the famous Chambertin vineyard, it added the prestigious suffix to its name in the 19th century, following the same protocol as the other seven grand cru sites in compliance with Napoleonic law.

It was formally classified as grand cru in 1937. Mazis-Chambertin is blessed with chalky, limestone-dominant soil that make for a perfect Pinot Noir environment. Drainage is excellent, and the continental climate encourages the retention of desired acidity levels. Dedicated to Pinot Noir, the character style of wines from this appellation are rich and robust, much like those hailing from its neighbor, the Clos-de-Bèzeclimat. Top Producers: Domaine Faveley, Domaine Armand Rousseau



COUNTRY
REGION
SUBREGION
WINERY
WINE
GLOBAL WINE SCORE
Under 85
85 to 100
Max


BOTTLE PRICE
Under $50
$50 to $5,000
Max


VINTAGE
1900
1900 to 2019
Max
Include Non Vintage
BOTTLE SIZE