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The Clos de la Connerie is a name given to the part of the Place of Changing Winds vineyard we first planted in 2012, a continuous north and northeast-facing amphitheatre of Pinot Noir. The vines here have a density of 12,500 vines per hectare and tend to produce a darker, more structured wine that seems to be built for very long aging.
In 2019, two bottlings of the Clos were produced in order to better understand how this wine behaves through maturation in cask. Both bottlings are the same wine; one barrique of the final blend was held back in cask for an additional four months (this is the version bottled with the red wax cap). Both wines will benefit from further aging although the red waxed version is clearly more open for business. Both wines are deep and powerful, yet still offering great seduction. Both should live for decades.
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