92 points Wine Enthusiast
"Red-apple notes on the nose of this wine have the merest edge of tangerine-peel spice. Immensely juicy, easy and rounded, the palate offers great clarity, with bright, ripe citrus at the core. The finish is dry and totally refreshing."
This lieu-dit was the first sold by Boeckel in the 19th century and holds a special place in their pantheon. Its highly complex soils on a sandy base give rise to a hauntingly-scented wine with a finesse suggestive of a Grand Cru (as with the Clos Eugénie below). Quite exceptional in this vintage.