Le Clos Jordanne - Pinot Noir le Clos Jordanne Vineyard Twenty Mile Bench 2009 - Canadian Red Wine 75cl Bottle

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Le Clos Jordanne - Pinot Noir le Clos Jordanne Vineyard Twenty Mile Bench 2009
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75cl Bottle
£28.28
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Description:
Intense ruby red with pink-purple undertones.

The complex nose of elegant, rich aromas is distinguished by strawberries, bright raspberries and cranberries followed by aromas of wild blackberry, dried rose petal, roasted oak, and a hint of almond.

On the palate, it is full-bodied with fruity flavours brushed with caramel.

The finish is very long and persistent; it shows remarkable freshness, focusing on ripe wild red fruit with a touch of mint and dried flowers.



Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Le Clos Jordanne
ABV:   13%
Acidity g/l:   6
Appellation:   Niagara Peninsula
Bio-Dynamic:   No
Brand:   Le Clos Jordanne
Country of Origin:   Canada
Food Match:   Sauteed or Fried
Food Match:   Cured Meats
Grape Type:   Pinot Noir
Kosher:   No
Organic:   Yes
Ph Level:   3.61
Region:   Ontario
Residual Sugar g/l:   2
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vegan:   Yes
Vegetarian:   Yes
Vintage:   2009
Winemaker:   Sebastien Jacquey

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Producer Information

Le Clos Jordanne is a joint venture between Boisset and Vincor Canada. When Jean-Charles Boisset started discussions about this project, he soon realised that the poor state of viticulture in most of the Niagara escarpment meant that he would have to plant his own vineyards.

Given this, the gestation period for these wines has been much longer but the end results have been better than even the most optimistic�expected. As with the Pinots, the Chardonnays come from organically certified vineyards.

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