Amiot-Servelle

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France – Burgundy

Amiot-Servelle’s history begins with the establishment of the domain by Clement Tachot in the village of Chambolle-Musigny in 1920. Eventually, his son-in-law took charge of the estate, and the domaine operated under the name of Servelle-Tachot till the torch was passed to his daughter and her husband Christian Amiot of the Morey-St.-Denis family of Pierre Amiot. All of the wines are certified organic as of the 2008 vintage.

Amiot-Servelle Bourgogne 2015
“Dark colour, bright perfume, dances on the palate. Nice Burgundy here. Dark cherry scents, touch of choc-berry, some anise and briary notes. The palate is fleshy, lightly chewy, offers a satisfying feel of brooding pinot noir that drinks with ease yet delivers complexity. Good wine this, especially for those seeking a touch of oomph from Burgundy.” – 91 Points Mike Bennie, WineFront.com.au

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