Clos du Bois

707 857 3100 19410 Geyserville Avenue
CA 95441
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  • Clos du Bois North Coast Merlot 2010


    Good, but nothing to write home about. Some blackberry and black cherry on the back end, with oak and cacao finishing off leading to medium chewy tannins and acidity to match...this average at best. Best with food - on the grill. Paul 84 points Read More

    Wine review by rckr1951

  • Clos du Bois Pinot Grigio 2014


    Fruity on the nose and palate with good acidity and a slightly bitter finish. Read More

    Wine review by RandyFisher

  • Clos du Bois de Menges Gigondas 2009


    No written review

    Wine review by smuratore

  • Clos du Bois Knights Valley Petite Sirah Sonoma Reserve 2011


    This is not the best for the price point. It's full of blackberry and mellow tannins but that's about it. Perhaps it needs more time in the bottle to round out. Basically I expected more complexity but's an average nice tasting wine with no special depth Read More

    Wine review by jamessulis

  • Think we can excuse Al's post as a one-off, and call back to the old Clos du Bois I posted.It also helped inspire me to use the 20 minutes I had to wait around for my wifes prescription at a CVS last night and observe all the fine wine they had for sale, more on this later! Read More

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  • DM,I do have a couple of good BC Pinot's, just not from the Island.  If you ever get yourself over here, you won't be disappointed.  I know I need to start trying some whites.  It's inevitable.  We will compare the Burrowing Owl Pinot Noir with the Kettle Valley "Hayman reserve" Pinot.  Sometime soon and I'll be sure to give a real report with t... Read More

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  • '11 was a cool year but the season was long so the fruit could be left hanging through October. Some places harvested in early November! Acid can always be adjusted but ripeness is uncontrollable after harvest. Read More

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  • Thanks for the map to illustrate what I was pointing towards, Fox. If Clos du Bois were not wanting to say where they sourced their fruit, with an area as large and amorphous as the 'North Coast', it would then come almost entirely back to the winemaker. "As far as I'm concerned, there isn't any Vancouver Island or Gulf Island wine."Would be ver... Read More

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  • If 2010 was cold and things couldn't ripen, then how to explain 2011 tasting like the kind of merlot that's popular?  '11 was really lean and cool. I think '10 was moving along as a cool vintage and had been, in many cases, raised accordingly, but then the heat spikes burned a lot of fruit.  The key was selection--surprisingly, a lot of the reds... Read More

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  • Good Merlot (almost an oxymoron, I know) comes from extremely over-ripe fruit that is raisining. In California it was impossible to have that in 2010 because they could not leave the fruit hanging long enough to achieve that level of ripeness. This the "off vintage" designation.Personally I found 2010 to be a good vintage for many of the wines I... Read More

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