The Clos de la Connerie is a name that we have given to the part of the 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.
Planting density 14,000 vines per ha. Excellent depth to its crimson hue; the fragrant bouquet has a blend of dark cherry and plum fruit, the intense mouthfeel silky and supple. 33% whole bunch shows its hand, jut enough to add complexity. All class 1173 bottles made. 12.5%, cork.
96 points James Halliday