eROBERT PARKER 95-97 POINTS: "The 2014 Chambertin Grand Cru has a lot of finesse and composure on the nose and to be honest, it shows the 2014 Mazis-Chambertin how it's done -- very focused and complex with great tension and energy. The palate is very well balanced with fine, supple tannin. It is beautifully focused, very natural and effortless with a lingering, minerally finish that goes on and on. This is predictably one of the standouts from Jadot this year."
VINOUSMEDIA 91-94 POINTS: "(raised in Jadot's barrels, one of three new): Deep red with ruby tones. Musky dark berries, roast coffee and medicinal menthol on the nose. Hugely rich and powerful but rather reduced today, showing a distinctly salty character. Quite muscular and backward today, a bit dominated by its tannic spine. I wanted more pliancy and sweetness of fruit; perhaps the wine's last months of élevage will bring out these characteristics. Hard to judge right now." -- Stephen Tanzer