The 2016 Chablis Grand Cru les Clos offers more vigor on the nose compared to the Bougros and Les Preuses from Chanson, although it still lacks the complexity and nerve you expect from a grand cru. The palate is well balanced with a sharp, sour lemon entry. There is plenty of lime mixed in with the citrus fruit and there is better length than the aforementioned grand crus, although I would still assert that it lags behind the decent 2015 last year.
Pale gold colour. Floral fragrances mixed with aromas of citrus fruit on a well-shaped minerality. Hints of vanilla. Excellent volume and power. Energetic. Precise on a well-shaped minerality and well-integrated acidity. Long finish that displays a hint of bitter lemon.
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