The 2016 Chablis Grand Cru les Clos has a correct, strict and intense bouquet with white citrus fruit, apple blossom, flint and just a faint touch of blackcurrant. After aeration it loosens its tie and starts to evolve smoke and hazelnut aromas. The palate is very mineral driven with beguiling tension that demands the full attention of your senses. It comes across quite spicy in the mouth with touches of ginger, curry leaf and Chinese five spice. Texturally, it becomes slightly more honeyed towards the finish—a wonderful crescendo—and the aftertaste lingers for more than a minute. To put in the most banal of terms...wow. That sums it up in three letters.
96-98/100 Neal Martin Robert Parker The Wine Advocate