This is a ground-breaking wine for the Zala region—an off-the-beaten path region, previously known mostly for its homemade wines. This is a pale, light, easy drinking Pinot, with a flavor (and appearance) that is like strawberry juice. The name is inspired by the Burgundian clay-based Grand Cru vineyard Charmes-Charmbertin, since a Canadian wine writer once compared its flavor to a Charmes-Chambertin wine. Since the Zala region also has a clay-based soil, and the wine has a soft and charming taste, the winemaker decided to go with this name. Enjoy it slightly chilled.