The Grand Cru vineyard of Les Clos is undoubtedly the most famous Grand Cru of Chablis. It is situated between Blanchot and Valmur. There is an intrinsic strength to these wines that suggests wet stones and minerals intertwined with flavors of apples and lemons. Les Clos frequently has excellent acidity, superb depth, power, and richness, but it is the stony, mineral-like precision to its flavors that sets it apart from one of the Côte d'Or's top white Burgundies. The great examples of Les Clos often seem immortal. They are capable of lasting 15-20 years.