Harmand-Geoffroy Mazis-Chambertin 2017 Bottle size: 750ml

France, Burgundy
R3,700
In stock
(Only 3 left)
90-92
AM
Tasting notes:
'Here too moderate wood frames brooding and restrained aromas of dark currant, plum, floral, earth, humus and wisps of the sauvage. The intense and tautly muscular flavors possess good delineation and a beguiling sense of underlying tension before culminating in a mineral-driven finale that flashes plenty of youthful austerity. This is not particularly dense yet it is still sufficiently serious to strongly suggest that it will not make for especially good early drinking.' – Allen Meadows, Burghound.com, 90-92/100

About Domaine Harmand-Geoffroy:
Gérard Harmand and his son, Philippe, lead this 9 hectare family-run domaine that was established in the late nineteenth century. Domaine Harmand-Geoffroy produce quintessential Gevrey-Chambertin from a superb range of terroirs including the remarkable, old vine holdings in Lavaux St Jacques, Champeaux, Perrière and La Bossiere (Monopole), as well as a healthy slice of the Grand Cru Mazis-Chambertin. ‘I agree completely with Harmand’s assertion that they’re now making wines that are better balanced and less overtly rustic than in the past’ writes Allen Meadows. This once under-the-radar and overperforming property is now firmly in the cult category.

‘Having imported Harmand-Geoffroys wines since the 2013 vintage, we are starting to see how well they mature. In fact, these Gevreys must be aged for 5 years before showing off their full spectrum of flavour. Great value, classic Red Burgundy.’ – Roland
More Information
Condition New
Blend information 100% Pinot Noir
Drink to Long-term cellaring
Variety Pinot Noir
Rating AM 90-92
Producer information Gérard Harmand and his son, Philippe, lead this 9 hectare family-run domaine that was established in the late nineteenth century. Domaine Harmand-Geoffroy produce quintessential Gevrey-Chambertin from a superb range of terroirs including the remarkable, old vine holdings in Lavaux St Jacques, Champeaux, Perrière and La Bossiere (Monopole), as well as a healthy slice of the Grand Cru Mazis-Chambertin. 'I agree completely with Harmand's assertion that they're now making wines that are better balanced and less overtly rustic than in the past' writes Allen Meadows. This once under-the-radar and overperforming property is now firmly in the cult category.
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