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Clos du Val Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Ratings on Delectable

Matt Duncan Delectable Pro

Surpringly soft, perhaps bottle had been open a while. Dark core, with delicate mid palate. sweet oak still very prevalent in youth.

Surpringly soft, perhaps bottle had been open a while. Dark core, with delicate mid palate. sweet oak still very prevalent in youth.

9.0

Shay A Delectable Pro

The epitome of a head scratcher. I was given this as a gift about a year ago and had forgotten about it. The nose alone gave me promise on this. Dark, mineral driven, graphite, mocha. It showed decent resemblance of a Stag’s Leap district wine. However, the palate was just...? Hard to describe. Bit of coconut, ripe berries, plums, licorice. Not over-oaked, but the oak itself seemed out of place, if that makes sense. I actually didn’t get much improvement out of this even after 2-hrs in the decanter.

The epitome of a head scratcher. I was given this as a gift about a year ago and had forgotten about it. The nose alone gave me promise on this. Dark, mineral driven, graphite, mocha. It showed decent resemblance of a Stag’s Leap district wine. However, the palate was just...? Hard to describe. Bit of coconut, ripe berries, plums, licorice. Not over-oaked, but the oak itself seemed out of place, if that makes sense. I actually didn’t get much improvement out of this even after 2-hrs in the decanter.

8.8

Sipping Fine Wine Delectable Pro

Clos Du Val, French for "small vineyard estate of a small valley," was founded in 1972 in the now legendary Stags Leap District by Franco-American entrepreneur John Goelet. Had a bottle a year ago, aging well. Dark inky purple with aromas of black fruits, spices and herb pepper. On the palate for this Bordeaux blend, ripe red and black berry fruits, complex with leather, cacao and vanilla. Tannins are round and full on lingering finish, put this in the cellar, still has room to age.

Clos Du Val, French for "small vineyard estate of a small valley," was founded in 1972 in the now legendary Stags Leap District by Franco-American entrepreneur John Goelet. Had a bottle a year ago, aging well. Dark inky purple with aromas of black fruits, spices and herb pepper. On the palate for this Bordeaux blend, ripe red and black berry fruits, complex with leather, cacao and vanilla. Tannins are round and full on lingering finish, put this in the cellar, still has room to age.

Eunsun Chang

Always good so balanced

Always good so balanced

9.2

Mark

Glenmoor

Glenmoor

9.0

Lisa Reynolds

Not a good value. I have had better for less money.

Not a good value. I have had better for less money.

8.7

Sarah C

Ray really likes this. Oaky.

Ray really likes this. Oaky.

9.1

James Duran

Still one of a kind

Still one of a kind

9.0

Bob Benson

Dark cherries, jammy, smoke. Mild acidity and good tannins for a smooth cab. 2014 vintage

Dark cherries, jammy, smoke. Mild acidity and good tannins for a smooth cab. 2014 vintage

9.2

Erin Kurland

Napa day drinking delightful.

Napa day drinking delightful.

9.1

Location

  • 1945 Palmer Avenue
    Larchmont, NY 10538

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-6PM

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