A subtle but intriguingly diverse range of floral and herbal aromas rise from the glass of Moreau 2011 Chablis Les Clos, along with intimations of lemon and white currant that prevail on a substantial but surprisingly tart palate. The lift, clarity, complexity and allure of the corresponding Valmur are not equaled here, at least for now; but there is a lovely persistence of floral and herbal essences as well as refreshing primary juiciness and sheer wet stone. Plan to follow this through at least 2018. 92/100.
Antonio Galloni's Vinous: 93-95/100.The 2011 Chablis Les Clos comes across as rather big in this vintage. A broad-shouldered frame houses rich fruit in this powerful, intense wine. The 2011 is intensely mineral-driven and focused, more so than the 2010, which is surprising. It is likely to require a measure of patience, but it is quite pretty. The 2011 has a pure energy and tension that is missing in the 2010, at least at this stage.
Burghound.com: (from a huge 3 ha parcel). A highly complex and perfumed nose speaks of floral, citrus, white peach and shell fish hints that introduce rich, refined and dazzlingly pure flavors that possess a silky mouth feel and superb
detail on the explosive, long and impeccably well-balanced finish. (92-94)/2017+