Tanzer rates this potentially equal to the Les Clos – and it looks to be even more ageworthy! He says:
Pale yellow-gold. Less superripe and yellow on the nose than the Forêt, showing stronger elements of minerals, peppery spices, baked bread and truffley underbrush. At once thick and lively, with strong acidity giving the yellow peach, spice, mineral and earth flavors a bulletproof texture, even an impression of austerity. This youthfully tight wine needs time to soften and harmonize in the bottle.
From vines planted in 1956, this is a beautiful Chablis offering a pure, clear and classic bouquet which is both chiselled and mineral. There is good concentration on the palate, with a lovely mix of floral and fresh fruit notes. Drink 2018-2024.
Pinson (from Vinous) says:
The 2015s are a bit higher in pH than the '16s,” he went on, “but their acidity levels are similar. The ‘15s are charming early on but they also show more cut today—and more 'shoulders'—than the ‘16s.