White wine made in Chablis, France.
Grand Cru Les Clos parcel is handpicked, hand sorted before being pressed. We generally start picking in Grands Crus parcels first because the grapes ripen earlier thanks to their ideal exposure.
We vinified Grand Cru Les Clos in stainless steel tanks for both alcoholic fermentation, activated with indigenous yeasts for 18 to 25 days at low temperature and malolactic fermentation. Grand Cru Les Clos ages only in steel tanks, on fine lees, with minimum intervention, to let it express all its minerality and purity. Then the cuvee will go through a light filtration and bottling. Generally, the bottling takes place 18-20 months after harvest.
Grand Cru Les Clos is the most renowned of the 7 Grands Crus in Chablis. It produces dry but generous & powerful wines. It develops a very mineral bouquet, displaying an elegant fineness and an impressive aftertaste in the mouth.