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(9/29/2010)
I've always enjoyed Clos Du Bois reds in the last 11 years. This one while not world class, is one to please everyone at the table. It should first hit you with some leather and of course all of the nice berry, yet you should see that all of the nice ripe red fruit will tag along right with the leather. And myself, I like that. While the winemaker says that it's "velvety", well... Ok. Yeah it is, just a little bit. I will credit them for that term but it's overused this time. Not a big deal really, it IS in fact velvety, just in the minor leagues. And that's probably best for a table wine for everyone.
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(9/29/2010)
I've always enjoyed Clos Du Bois reds in the last 11 years. This one while not world class, is one to please everyone at the table. It should first hit you with some leather and of course all of the nice berry, yet you should see that all of the nice ripe red fruit will tag along right with the leather. And myself, I like that.
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(9/29/2010)
I've always enjoyed Clos Du Bois reds in the last 11 years. This one while not world class, is one to please everyone at the table. It should first hit you with some leather and of course all of the nice berry, yet you should see that all of the nice ripe red fruit will tag along right with the leather. And myself, I like that.
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Jeff Smith - Saint Louis, MO (read all my reviews)

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(9/26/2010)
Caveat, 3 stars is highest rating I give wines under $20. Wonderfully dry and crisp and full of berries. Drank on a hot summer's day visiting friends in the countryside with our feet dangling in a pool under a shadetree. Beads of sweat all over the bottle were devilishly inticing
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(9/28/2010)
Blends very well with different meats and cheeses.
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Jeremiah - San Diego, CA (read all my reviews)

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(9/28/2010)
I am new to wine. I have been a bourbon/whiskey/scotch drinker for a long time. I have had several various wines over the last few years and found little enjoyment in any of them. Evil cabernet sauvignon has changed that. This wine has inspired me to move past my traditional vices and try new things. I have had several cabernet sauvignons in the past and this has been the first to impress me enough to finish the bottle and buy another. I recommend this to anyone who is in doubt of wine or anyone who wants to try something new. I do not consider myself a wine afficionado by any means, but this bottle has inspired me to pursue a new avenue of beverage completely different from those I prefer. This wine may be my conversion from bourbon to red.
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(9/28/2010)
Shaw & Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2005
(this vintage is sold out)
Price: $17.49
This wine is overrated and nothing to write home about. You can buy a much cheaper sauvignon blanc from New Zealand which will give you comparable or better robust flavor.
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