Blending Pinot Noir from different clones: Erica Stancliff of Trombetta Family Wines explains why.

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Pinot Noir producers and drinkers often talk about which clone of Pinot Noir was used to make a wine, but why are different clones blended together at the winery? Winemaker Erica Stancliff at Trombetta Family Wines in the Russian River Valley blends to achieve greater balance and complexity. Ask a Winemaker filmed Erica at Pinot Days Chicago in 2013.

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