It was only revealed in the 1950s that there was an act which Puccini decided not to use in his composition of the opera La Bohème. The Missing Act describes a late night, all night open-air party which sounded pretty good to us but probably more of the same for Puccini. Hence it was never used.
The irony of all of this is that the wine world is in the midst of a Bohemian era of winemaking where anything goes, no right or wrong way, creating compelling and distinctive wine with instinct and flair. The perfect opportunity to have some fun.