The Chambolle Les Charmes 1964 from Arsene Amiot is perfectly matured and still fresh, juicy and vibrant. Arsene Amiot is related to the Amiot-Servelle family and apparantly he passed away in 1966, and was succeded by his son Bernard Amiot. The bouquet offer mature red fruit, sous-bois, coffee and a delicate Chambolle minerality. On the palate fully mature .. fine delicate and slightly fragile with a beautiful balance. Not a big wine but the fruit is fresh, juicy and still quite vibrant. What a treat!
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- Arsene Amiot, Chambolle-Musigny Les Charmes 1964 February 6, 2015
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