Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (94-96 points):
"The 2015 Mazoyères-Chambertin Grand Cru was completely de-stemmed according to Mark Fincham. There was just a touch of reduction on the nose, although there appeared plenty of red and black fruit in situ, leaning towards the latter as it opens up. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin, a firm and verging upon "rigid" structure adorned with graphite-tinged black fruit towards the slightly masculine finish. There is a lovely saline note that lingers long on the aftertaste. It feels like an uncompromising Mazoyères-Chambertin, but I see that as a virtue, not a weakness. It will need 4-5 years cellaring, but will surely repay you handsomely."
Fine Wine Review (92-96 points):
"This formerly was labelled Charmes-Chambertin — the lieux-dits (1)Aux Charmes and (2) Mazoyères ou Charmes can be labelled either Mazoyères-Chambertin or Charmes-Chambertin. But there is a difference in profile between the two lieux-dits, with Mazoyères being more rustic and earthy. This wine, coming from Mazoyères ou Charmes, does reflect the origin in that lieu-dit and is so is, in my opinion, now properly labelled as Mazoyères. The wine shows freshness and tension to go with dark fruits, and elegance that comes from the style of the vintage. It is potentially the best Charmes/Mazoyères that I’ve ever sampled from this estate (although I’ve never really been a fan of the wine through the years). Only two barrels made."