The 2015 Chablis Grand Cru les Clos certainly has a more expressive bouquet at the moment with citrus peel, flint and orange blossom aromas. It is beautifully defined. The palate is very well defined with tensile, almost steely tannin. It is very focused with oyster shell and a touch of lemongrass, hints of white pepper emerging towards the bravura finish that challenges Les Preuses. Ho-hum, this is yet another 2015 that rivets you to the spot courtesy of Vincent Dauvissat.
95-97 points, Wine Advocate (Issue # 224 - Apr 2016)
Pure but subdued aromas of lemon and menthol; little sign of a hot vintage here. Classy and precise but youthfully imploded. Clearly quite dense but this will need time in bottle to unwind and express its inherent amplitude. Finishes sharply chiseled and long, with hints of mirabelle and humid fern.
93-95 points, Stephen Tanzer, Vinous (Jul 2016)