The 2013 Chablis Grand Cru les Clos, which comes from three hectares spanning almost from top to bottom of the slopes, was showing a slight reduction on the nose, which made it difficult to prize open (perhaps a hangover from last year when I was unable to really judge the wine?) The palate is also just a little reduced, but there is good weight in the mouth, fine acidity with a pleasant, austere, lime-tinged finish that will take 4 or 5 years to open. I am sure than the Valmur will drink sooner, but this Les Clos is worth finding space for in your cellar. 92+.
Antonio Galloni's Vinous: 94/100. The 2013 Chablis Les Clos is magnificent. Texture and pure silkiness are two of the signatures in this gorgeous Chablis. Sweet floral and spice notes meld into dried pears, sage, almond and mint, all shaped by the partial vinification in oak. In 2013, the Clos is a wine of total harmony and class. This is a gorgeous Chablis that captures both the essence of site as well as all of the Moreau hallmarks of richness.