I tried a couple of 2006 Chambolles from Nicolas Potel recently.
2006 Nicolas Potel Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Aux Echanges
Fairly forward cherry/raspberry fruit, minerals, the oak is there but doesn’t dominate, charming wine today with the balance and structure to age well
2006 Nicolas Potel Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Hauts Doix
Darker fruit than an Aux Echanges tasted recently, with obtrusive coffee, caramel and spice from the oak. Not sure whether this is shutting down, but it’s in an awkward stage and I suspect the oak will always stick out.
I liked the Aux Echanges enough to buy a few bottles for the cellar.