The premier cru of Vosgros lies to the west of the village, on south west facing plot. The Vosgros vines were planted 2/3 in the 1960s and 1/3 in the 1980s and tends to produce a beautifully tensile and complex wine. This, the 'Grand Cru' of the line starts out life with a youthful austerity, but unfolds brilliantly with bottle age to deliver a complex and minerally expression of Chablis. It is the longest-lived wine in the Picq portfolio. This wine has textured plumpness with overlaying racy acidity. Classic profile of white flowers, citrus blossom, lemon and lean minerality.