Standing in the midst of the natural amphitheater that encompasses the Grand Crus of Chablis it is easy to see why Les Clos is arguably the top site. With a full south-southwestern exposure, it is ideally situated for its northerly latitude, mid slope between the crest of the hill and the valley of the Yvonne. The marriage of soil and exposure ensure wines that are ripe but profoundly mineral. While there is an appealing weight and structure in their youth, the wines from Les Clos usually benefit from a decade or more of bottle age. Benoît farm a generous 1.4 hectates of 40 year-old vines in Les Clos.