“Le Clousot” encompasses Michel’s youngest Trousseau vines (30 years old), and as such it offers perhaps the least concentration but the most lift of his three pure-Trousseau bottlings, with high-toned cherry fruit wed to a palate of gentle tannins and zesty energy. A hint of reduction and a trace of trapped carbon dioxide speak to the no-sulfur methodology in play here, and—as with all of Michel’s red wines—aerating before serving will bring everything into focus.