This joint venture by Boisset and Vincor is an exceptional experiment in characterizing the terroir of the Niagara region, through a fully Burgundian, single-vineyard approach to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In the recently-released 2007 vintage, Le Grand Clos Pinot Noir, the most exclusive bottling produced by Le Clos Jordanne, stole the show with incredible depth and compact, tight aromas and flavors that, at this point, just hint at the complexity of this fruity, earthy, mineral, smoothly handled beast of a wine. It reflects the character of an exceptionally warm and dry summer.

WHO Le Clos Jordanne
WHAT Pinot Noir
WHERE Canada, Ontario, Niagara Peninsula, Twenty Mile Bench VQA
WHEN 2007
HOW MUCH $66


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Remy Charest

Rémy Charest is a Quebec City based journalist, writer, and translator. He has been writing about wine and food for over 12 years in various magazines and newspapers. He writes two wine blogs (The Wine Case, in English, and À chacun sa bouteille, in French) and, as if he didn’t have enough things to do, he also started a food blog in English, The Food Case, and one in French, À chacun sa fourchette.