Wine Advocate-Parker : The 2014 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru has a modest nose that does not want to create too much of a fuss. It feels a little backward and introverted - surprisingly for a Charmes-Chambertin. The palate is better with impressive depth and fine balance. The acidity here is well judged and the structure is more Mazoyères than Charmes-Chambertin (where the fruit comes from). There is fine delineation towards the finish with sour cherry, orange zest and mineral elements that linger long in the mouth. Hopefully those aromatics will awaken in bottle.