The origins of Domaine Amiot-Servelle go back to 1920, when Clément Tachot began to work on some vines in Chambolle-Musigny. Later, in 1950, his daughter and his son-in-law Jean Servelle created the Servelle-Tachot domaine, which, in 1989, became the Amiot-Servelle domaine. The 7 hectares of vines are organically grown, and the domaine is currently run by Christian and Elisabeth Amiot-Servelle.
About the cuvée
A star among stars, this Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru is often considered a Grand Cru. Its intensity in all regards (aromatic, tannic and mineral) combines all of the criteria of a great wine. Its aging potential can reach up to 20 years thanks to its élevage in French oak barrels (50% new oak).
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