- Total area 72 ares
- Grape variety Pinot Noir
- Average age 40 years
- Production 3300 bottles/year
- Soil Chalky marl
- Exposition East – Sud-east
Harvesting by hand. No fining; very light filtering.
At the top of this plot, the ground slopes steeply and the soil is marly, while the bottom of the plot has a clay-limestone soil. A rich, fruity wine to be enjoyed in 3–5 years.
Note that Les Clous received its Premier Cru classification very recently (in 2006).