Wine Advocate-Parker : I tasted two vintages of the three top reds, starting with the 2016 Clos Martinet. This wine shows the more tight-knit character of the 2016s, which Sara Pérez compares with 2012, a year of intense heat with some blocking of the plants. The wines are closed in general, but this Clos Martinet is possibly the most relaxed of the 2016s. It's ripe but has tension and some earthy rusticity. This has a continuity since 2000, and there is a big change in the 2017. 13,000 bottles produced.