Les Clos is the most extensive Grand Cru plot, and is situated on top of a south/south-westerly facing hill. The depth of the soil produces a wine of consistent quality that always takes a while to develop. Grand Cru Les Clos reveals green hues in the glass with a complex nose of exotic fruits, hazelnuts, and vanilla. An ample mouthfeel is balanced by a linear tension and a mineral finish. Initially very closed, this wine always develops exceptionally well over time without losing its minerality. It is the most masculine and uniquely characterful of the Grand Cru wines that require ageing. The king of the Grands Crus appellation: a rich, luscious wine with great complexity of flavours. The wine, above all other, for keeping. Ageing : 15-18 months in barrel on fine lees.