Block 5

by amantduvin

The name “clos” come from the French word “enclose”. This translates into English as  “paddocks” and “blocks” . New world producers are creating their own “cru” classification systems of viticultural practices from desginated, small parcel reserve vineyards, and named as  Burgundy’s “lieux-dits” were, quite logically named places. The wines below are all from numbered vineyards, and are simply called “Block 5”. 

Block 5 Pinot Noirs

Felton Road, Block 5, Pinot Noir, Bannockburn, Central Otago, New Zealand

Yabby Lake Block 5, Pinot Noir, Mornington Peninsula, Australia

Bindi Block 5, Pinot Noir, Macedon Ranges, Australia

Shea Wine Cellars Block 5, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA

Tyler Block Five, Pinot Noir, Santa Maria Valley, California, USA

Saint Clair, Pinot Noir Pioneer Block 5 Bull Block, Marlborough, NZ

Block 5 other varieties

Forest Hill, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mount Barker, Australia Spier Creative Block 5, Shiraz, South Africa

Terra Blanca, Block 5, Chardonnay, Red Mountain, Washington State, USA

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