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“A surprising write up of the Mommessin Clos de Tart appeared recently: The biggest disappointment was the 2006 Clos de Tart.”
“Many years back, during a wine-tasting tour of Beaujolais with my cousin George, a certified bon vivant, we shared a half bottle of something called Clos des Ducs.”
“For example, you have the venture of famed French wine consultant Michel Rolland, who persuaded several fellow winery owners, all from Mr. Rolland's native Bordeaux, to create a quasi-collective wine enterprise called Clos de los Siete.”
“If you like the Sonoma vineyards better ...... got up towards Geyserville, Ca and visit a winery called Clos du Bois.”
“Branded wine sales fell 7 percent to $849 million, with a 2 percent increase in sales of U.S. brands such as Clos du Bois and Wild Horse more than offset by an 11 percent drop in Europe and a 2 percent decrease in Australia and New Zealand.”
“Clos': an enclosed vineyard common to the famous landscape of the region.”
“Clos" itself is a modern creation of Mustafa Şıkman, a local architect and Honorary British Consulate for Fethiye.”
“On the Kalkan road, 45 kilometers outside Fethiye, the "Clos" itself is a modern creation of Mustafa Şıkman, a local architect and Honorary British Consulate for Fethiye.”
“It was a whirlwind romance, with endless bottles of Clos du Bois Chardonnay and expensive dinners at the best restaurants.”
“I can get a good Muscadet for less than that," said my friend Aimee of the lithe and lively 2010 Domaine de la Pépière Clos des Briords $14, which we all enjoyed.”
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