Clos Rousseau has deeper, heavier clay soils and its vines’roots have dug further, which seems to confer a greater
profundity, concentration and age-worthiness on the resulting wine. Justin has almost one hectare here.
"The nose combines some of the pretty perfume of Beauregard with the weight and flinty minerality of Maladière. There
is an additional layer of sucrosity and sweetly berried forest fruits on the palate, with fine grippy tannins. This needs some time to meld but will be fantastic.