Wine Advocate | Rating: 93The 2017 Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos Clos des Hospices dans Les Clos is a fatter, ampler wine than Moreau's regular Les Clos, revealing notes of candied peel, lemon oil and wheat toast. On the palate, it's full-bodied, succulent and dramatic, with more immediate, up-front impact, though I suspect over the long haul the regular bottling may prove superior.Author: William KelleyIssue: 238
Vinous | Rating: 95The 2017 Chablis Les Clos Clos des Hospices Grand Cru has a very well defined bouquet, but a little tight and backward at the moment, gradually unfurling to reveal blood orange, honeysuckle and a slightly resinous tincture. The palate is very well balanced with a fine line of acidity, and cohesive with a finish that surfeits with tension and sense of energy. This is a complex, quite cerebral but delicious Les Clos.Drink Dates: 2020 - 2038Author: Neal MartinIssue: Aug 2018
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