Les Clos. The most famous vineyard of Chablis‏

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Don't miss the 2013 Les Clos from Domaine Long-Depaquit

 

Les Clos is the largest and most prominent of the Grand Cru vineyards of Chablis. It faces almost due south and is considered by most to be the epitome of Chablis; powerful and gentle, mineral, complex, beguiling. It is the wine that takes the most time to mature and is capable of cellaring for very long periods.

 

We are pleased to present the 2013 Long-Depaquit Chablis Les Clos Grand Cru. 

 

Despite being Chablis' most famous vineyard Les Clos is still great value when compared to Grand Cru whites from the Cote d'Or.

 

Don't miss this opportunity to purchase the 2013 Les Clos at our Pre Arrival Price which saves you 15% on the landed price. Buy a Case and Save 20%. First-in, first-served.

 

Bichot Clos Bottle Chablis Les Clos Grand Cru 2013

Landed Price $129.95

Pre Arrival Price $109.95

Case of 12 Bottles $1247.50 (=$103.96 a Bottle)

 

Burghound: (from a 2.5 ha parcel; ~35% new wood). This is a bit more aromatically complex if not necessarily more elegant with its cool mélange of iodine, floral, anise and sea water suffused nose that is adorned with soft oak nuances. There is a lovely sense of freshness and energy to the dry extract-rich broad-shouldered flavors that coat the palate before terminating in a succulent and again, intensely saline finish. This is very solid and should be lovely with a few years of bottle age. 2020+

91-93 Points

 

To view and purchase the wine on line click here. You may also order by telephone (03) 9326 5737 or email asaf.gordon@grandmillesime.com.au.

 

Cheers,

Darren 

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Grand Millesime Pty Ltd

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Phone: (03) 9326 5737

Fax: (03) 9326 6744

 

www.grandmillesime.com.au

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