The nose of this wine skilfully combines floral notes from the higher of the two plots with almond and hazelnut notes from the mid-slope vineyard. The palate is full-bodied and structured with pleasing acidity that is not overpowering.
The well-balanced fullness of “Les Clos” is such that it may be enjoyed with a wide range of dishes. Classically, it can accompany seafood or fine white meats. Its characteristics are an equally good match for slightly spicy dishes.