WBOTD Just the Good Stuff Why add this wine to your Collection / Cellar? Last vintage of this incredibly versatile Clos du Val rare proprietary white | Pairs with Mexican to Thai to Shellfish Why now? Released at $45 – yours for only $17.99 buy 7+ with free shipping WBOTD Cellaring Worthiness Rating Expert Ratings Vivino 4.0 What is it? Napa Valley CA Proprietary White Wine What’s in it? Chardonnay · Muscat · Sauvignon Blanc | ABV 13.9% When to drink? now thru 2021+ Pair with: White Meat, Exotic/Spicy, Shellfish, Fish, Vegetables, Soft Cheese Serving Temp: 45-50F Drink with: Everyone Occasion Spicy Meals, Shellfish Appetizers, Crowd that will enjoy an interesting white If you want to drink now... Open & Enjoy Recommended purchase Qty: 7+ @ $17.99 includes Free shipping (Price is $19.99 buy 1-6)
Clos du Val Proprietary White 2016 | Ultimate Versatility | Mexican to Thai to Shellfish
Muscat blended with Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay to make an unlikely Napa white blend that is zesty and fresh. Clos du Val Proprietary White 2016 presents a light straw color. Sexy aromas of ripe apricots, plush pluots, and citrus peel. Bright and energetic leading with fresh lime, lime zest, and honeyed notes, giving way to fleshy stone fruit. This is a versatile food pairing wine with generously salted poultry, pork and fish dishes. Drink now to 2021.
Don’t miss out on a chance to secure the last edition of an iconic winery’s unique wine at an incredible 60% off. Clos du Val Proprietary White 2016 is fun and lively, showing tons of stone fruit, lively citrus and honeyed notes, and a mouthwatering finish. It’s is perfect as a standalone sipper, and a formidable match for just about any fish, pork, or poultry dish that makes it onto your menu.
Why such a great deal?
Here’s the deal: an incredible 60% off white wine from one of Napa Valley’s most respected wineries! The Clos du Val Proprietary White 2016 fits right into California’s current white wine renaissance: Top winemakers are departing from varietal standbys like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc and producing off-the-beaten-path blends: Think of Steve Matthiasson’s wildly popular eponymous white and Dan Petroski’s stellar Massican.
Clos du Val’s rare blend of Muscat, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay offers a refreshing change of pace from textbook barrel-fermented Chardonnays. While bursting with aromas of ripe apricot and fresh lime, both zesty and lingering on the finish. In addition, this oak-free gem is one of the most versatile food wines we can imagine. It dares to go where most white wines fear to tread. Most of all working wonders with generously salted fish, poultry, and pork dishes. From Mexican to Thai, or on its own as an aperitif, this wine fits the bill. Plus at a by-the-case price. $17.99 on 7 or more bottles. Shipping included on 6
Moving to 100% Estate Wines in 2017
So Clos du Val is the rare winery that, despite their rock-solid foundation, doesn’t mind shaking things up. And a big decision recently came out of their ivy-covered château. Starting with the 2017 vintage, Clos du Val’s production will be 100 percent estate wines. While this courageous move not only involves cutting production in half. But narrowing their range to the varieties that grow on their 217.5 acres in the Stags Leap District and Yountville. Since the only white varieties planted at the estate are Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier, this 2016 vintage will be the last iteration of this Proprietary White.