Un cru marqué par un nez expressif de fruits rouges et d’épices et une bouche poivrée, à l’allonge persistante. More info
Located in the appellation's upper section, Mazis-Chambertin is a collection of vines over 55 years old. The wine is élevaged in new oak barrels, in a single cellar for each year; i.e. 300 bottles. On the nose this wine is explosive (red fruit, cinnamon, lilac). On this palate, it is slightly peppery - this is a wine that lingers and then disappears with the utmost delicacy.
In Gevrey-Chambertin, the Naigeons are known above all as a large trading family. Pierre Naigeon trained at the family school, alongside his father and his trading house, Naigeon-Chauveau. But after buying it, he found himself in 1996 with a single hectare and everything to build. He moved quickly towards a biodynamic approach and considered his own identity, more attached to the purity of the fruit than his father was. Today the domaine has extended to 11 hectares, and Pierre Naigeon tirelessly pursues the best expression of his old vines (over 50 years old) and the various micro-climates on which they flourish. To sublimate the fruit, he carries out severe sorting during the harvest and the gentle extraction in the cellar means he can refine the tannins. As a result: Pierre Naigeon’s wines are silky, even finer than those produced by the previous generation.
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