From a single plot of vines from 30 to 65 year-old vines that goes from the very bottom of the slope to close to the top of the vineyard. This remarkable holding is arguably the most representative Les Clos from the whole vineyard. The wine is aged about 1/3rd in barrel (about 10% new) and 2/3rds in stainless steel tanks.
This is in such good form in 2018 with a very attractive and very rich, layered and complete feel. The flinty nose has intense lemons, grapefruit and white peaches, as well as limes. The palate has very composed, weighty and quite compressed, fleshy power. Try from 2026. 93-94 points – Nick Stock, JamesSuckling.com, August 2019