Clos Du Val
Clos Du Val Winery was established in 1972 by American businessman John Goelet and French-born winemaker Bernard Portet. The story goes that Portet used a very scientific (sarcasm intended) method to help him get a sense of Napa Valley’s microclimates—he drove through the area with his arm out the car window. Portet apparently took a liking to the Stags Leap District of the valley and convinced Goelet to purchase 150 acres of land and found Clos Du Val. (edit)

Phone: 707-261-5225
Toll Free: 800-993-9463
Hours of Operation: 10am - 5pm daily
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Average Rating: 2.5
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    User Avatar gamble
    (Posted by: clairesfabmom on 04-20-2009 @ 2:29 PM)

    the first time we went, the lady wasnt very nice to us until we spent $500 on wine and joined the wine club. she was snotty and rude and short with us. the second time around we had a guy who was GREAT and really knew the wine and showed us different ways to taste the wine and pointed out things i wouldnt have noticed. so the second time was great over all. i like their wine. a lot. its too bad that first lady we had was so sour.




    User Avatar Not at all impressed
    (Posted by: TrevR on 05-21-2007 @ 5:46 PM)

    A dimly lit tasting room, a staff that seemed less than excited to serve us and a mixed set of wines left us with a somewhat bad taste in our mouth.







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