The Mazis-Chambertin Grand Cru appellation covers an area of more than 8 hectares. The Mazis-Chambertin vineyards are located on a rocky hillside. The top of the hill consists of brown soil, silts and gravel scree, while the slope is composed of clay-limestone soil. These red Pinot Noir wines reveal a bright red with hues of black cherry. The nose develops red and black fruit (blackcurrant, currant, raspberry) aromas with added empyreumatic (liquorice), spicy, floral (rose and violet) and vegetal (moss and undergrowth) notes. Elegant, powerful, opulent and highly complex in the mouth, the wines from the Mazis-Chambertin appellation require ageing for ten years to express their magnificent potential.