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Clos du Val 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon

  • 93 Points - James Suckling
  • 92 Points - Wine Enthusiast
  • Socially Rated 4+ / 5 ⭐

Clos Du Val has farmed three estate vineyards in Stags Leap District and Yountville. Recognized as some of the finest winegrowing land in Napa Valley these vineyards provide a world-class palette of estate fruit.

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ABOUT THIS WINE
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Clos Du Val, French for “small vineyard estate of a small valley,” was founded in 1972 in the renowned Stags Leap District. The winery was first recognized for its Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon at the famed Judgment of Paris in 1976, establishing its place as one of Napa Valley’s most iconic winery estates. Still family-owned today, Clos Du Val farms 350 acres of estate vineyards in the Stags Leap District, Carneros and Yountville appellations and continues to craft wines of balance and complexity, showcasing the fruit from the outstanding terroir on which our estate lies.

Alcohol: 14.5%
93 POINTS - "With the 2019 vintage, we’ve slightly reduced overall oak aging to allow the wine’s freshness, bright acidity, and vibrant red fruit flavors to shine. This bright and expressive Cabernet is ideal for al fresco lunches and picnics, pairing beautifully with a variety of meals" - James Suckling

92 POINTS - "This is a well-balanced red with small amounts of other varieties like Merlot. Spicy, it shows well-integrated oak and tannin within a taut, elegant and lengthy palate of blueberry and black currant." - Wine Enthusiast

Socially Rated 4+ / 5 ⭐
Enticing aromas of blackberry, plum, and raspberry leap from the glass with underlying notes of caramel, dark chocolate, and rose petal. Fresh and vibrant flavors of cherry, pomegranate, nutmeg, and vanilla are seamlessly integrated with bright acidity, polished tannins, and a long, velvety finish
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