Le Clos Jordanne Le Clos Jordanne Vineyard Pinot Noir 2011
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rated this wine as 90/100
with the following review:
Medium garnet, clear and bright with orange tinges at edge. Understated nose with a wisp of booze on the swirl; medium bodied and completely balanced in the mouth with no one element exceeding the next: fruit, alcohol and acids all play their part in this well put together wine. just enough chewyness, i suspect from a partial whole cluster ferment and some press-wine grip which helps to support the fruit into its seemingly endless finish. new oak does not play a huge part in the overall flavor profile, though it's well-developed texture shows that the oak has done a fine job of knitting it all together into a neat package. Dried flowers prevail on the nose, plus notes of earth and game add complexity while not being intrusive of the brighter fruit. a slight orange note detected, i suspect some very young vines possibly in the blend also. exceedingly good. tells a story.
Le Clos Jordanne Le Clos Jordanne Vineyard Pinot Noir 2011, Twenty Mile Bench, Niagara Peninsula, Ontario V.Q.A., Canada: I'm reluctant to say that this is not my favourite pinot noir from Le Clos Jordanne, even though it is still attractive. The grapes for this wine grow in a warmer part of the vineyard, and so it has a richer, fleshier style as compared to other leaner, more acidic pinots. Nonetheless, lovely notes of ripe cherry and some judicious oak. Drink: 2014-2017. 33902 13.50% XD 750 mL $45.00 Score: 88/100. March 29, 2014 Luscious Lamb Wine Full Review