Clos du Bois
2007 Sonoma Reserve Pinot Noir
California: Sonoma County: Sonoma Coast
- Final Assessment (formerly our Conclusion)
- Highly recommended, today’s wine really took out tasting panel by surprise! Loaded with flavor and deeply aromatic, this delicious, elegant-feeling wine really delivers a complete package. Clos du Bois’s 2007 Sonoma Reserve Pinot Noir is sourced from the winery’s finest vineyard sources, including the winery’s prized Campbell Ranch vineyard in Annapolis. Enjoy this wine all on its own, or pair it with your favorite chicken or pork dish for a divine delight. This is the final call for this remarkable vintage and we encourage you to stock up.
Dark ruby red at the heart of the wine, gradually becoming pink at the very edging. After spinning this pretty wine, tall, skinny legs run swiftly down the glass wall.
Lush and warm, with spiced cherry candy, blackberry, crushed red flower petals, bramble and cedar. As the wine breathes, it opens to reveal additional aromas of cassis, wild strawberry, flint and a hint of leather.
Dark and rich, with black cherry juice and smoky blackberry that lead to leather, dark plum, dark dried cranberry, cedar, subtle savory dried herbs, dried rose petals, dried leaves and slate mineral.
Extra long and packed with dark fruit flavors that very gradually yield to earthy flavors. After these flavors dwindle, a soft dryness persists, with slate, earthy dried leaves and subtle spice.