The 'Les Clos' is rich, with great finesse on the nose and a long, satisfying finish with complex aromas of fresh nuts and toasted bread.
Delicious with sushi, sashimi and tuna Carpaccio.
"The overt wood this displayed from cask last year has been almost completely integrated and now the white flower, citrus and iodine suffused nose expresses itself clearly. There is excellent richness, size, weight and power to the large-scaled, well-detailed and energetic flavors that culminate in an explosive and almost painfully intense finish that delivers huge length. Impressive."
"The Brocard 2010 Chablis Les Clos leads with a notably dusty, chalky aromatic burst, and delivers a strikingly shimmering interaction of lime, apple, and winter pear with salt, chalk, iodine, and crystalline nuances on a firm yet subtly lees-enhanced palate. Finishing with impressive length and ample primary juiciness, if a certain austerity (today anyway), this doesn’t quite engage the salivary glands or the imagination to the same degree as the 2011. But I am confident that this will be well worth following through at least 2020.
The Wine Advocate
"Pale yellow-straw color. Powerful, expressive aromas of yellow peach, crushed stone, ginger and flinty minerality. Dense, fat and rich, showing a slightly exotic cast to its ripe peachy fruit but good tension and solid supporting minerality. The very long, slowly mounting finish isn't quite as steely as the most classic examples of Chablis but is smooth and rich.
International Wine Cellar