The family's vines sit primarily in the upper part of this excellent premier cru vineyard—here the exposure is better and the soils thinner than further down slope, guaranteeing more complexity. The perfume of “Charmes” leans more toward hazelnut pie crust and butter, more savory, supple aromas than with Boyer’s other crus. Full-bodied yet not at all over the top, the wine shows excellent concentration and persistent, white-fruited flavors. Very, very good.
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