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Grand Cru Les Clos



Drouhin Vaudon
Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos


Vineyard site:

    • Soil: the Kimmeridgian limestone contains millions of tiny marine fossils embedded in a kind of whitish mortar which may have been once the bottom of the sea…hundreds of million years ago.
    • This marine origin gives the wines of Chablis their unique flavor.
    • Drouhin estate: 1.3 ha. (3.212 acres).
    • Average age of the vines: 37 years.


    • Plantation density: 8,000 to 10,000 stocks/ha.
    • Pruning: double Guyot “Vallée de la Marne” (for its resistance to frost).
    • Yield: we aim for a lower yield in order to extract all possible nuances from the terroir.
    • Average yield at the Domaine: 43.2hl/ha (authorized for the appellation is now 54hl/ha).


    • Type: in oak barrel (0% new wood).
    • Length: 12 months.
    • Origin of the wood: French oak forests.

Tasting note by Véronique Boss-Drouhin

    • A great wine, perhaps the one most able to express what the terroir of Chablis really is like.
    • The color is pale gold yellow, with greenish hints.
    • Refined nose, with aromas of lily (“fleur de lys”), honey or preserved lemon.
    • Astounding depth and velvety sensation (“gras”) on the palate, with some delicate marine nuances. Intense and long aftertaste.
    • After 5 or 6 years, even more complex and subtle aromas develop in the wine.
    • A wine of incomparable finesse.

Serving: Temperature:

    • 55°F.


    • 5 to 15 years.




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