Subtly complex aromas of peach, earth and high-toned spices. Very silky on entry, then densely packed and closed in the middle, showing less minerality than I normally expect from a young Clos. Gicqueau-Michel says this was the ripest of the estate's three grand crus in 2015 but this wine will need time to move past its phenolic roughness. Finishes powerful and long, but I would not describe this wine as classic Clos.
An expressive, pure and notably ripe nose of pear, apple and citrus is cut with hints of sea breeze and iodine. There is excellent richness to the juicy and generously proportioned big-bodied flavors that still retain reasonably good cut and punch on the lemony, stony and slightly warm finish. Like several wines in the range this isn’t presently particularly complex but more will almost surely develop in time.
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