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The premier New World Riesling producer Chateau Ste. Michelle will add its new Harvest Select Riesling to its extensive line up of highly acclaimed Rieslings. Shipping this week, the Harvest Select Riesling was produced to fill a niche with a consumer looking for a slightly sweeter style of Riesling. The wine will feature the new ‘Riesling Taste Profile” scale on the back label to help consumers better understand the wine’s ripe fruit style.
Chateau Ste. Michelle’s 2006 Canoe Ridge Estate Cabernet Sauvignon placed #38 on Wine Spectator’s list of the “Top 100” wines of 2009. The magazine reviewed 17,000 wines during the past 12 months and selected “the most exciting” for their Top 100. It was one of nine Washington state wines to make this year's list. This marks the 15th Chateau Ste. Michelle Top 100 wine in the last 15 years and the third Canoe Ridge Estate wine to make the prestigious list.
Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville, Wash. is partnering with Washington and Oregon restaurants to support the second annual “Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship” program to benefit Viticulture and Enology programs at Washington State University. In Oregon, Chateau Ste. Michelle will join Erath Winery of Dundee and Oregon restaurants in supporting Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences program. Nearly 200 restaurants in Washington and Oregon are participating in the Raise A Glass, Fund a Scholarship program, which runs now through the end of December 2009. The list of participating restaurants is available at www.ste-michelle.com and www.erath.com.
There’s no need to fear the powers of this monster…as Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Canoe Ridge Estate red winery fired up a new state-of-the art mog (material other than grape) removal system this harvest called the “Mog Monster,” becoming the first winery in the U.S. to use the new equipment on this scale.
At Chateau Ste. Michelle, enjoying wine with food is as important as crafting a great bottle of wine. To help wine lovers and “foodies” enhance their enjoyment of wine, the Washington winery has created an innovative and extensive “online cookbook” of recipes on its website www.ste-michelle.com, a wine and food pairing mobile application for smart phones www.ste-michelle.com/mypairings, and shares its Culinary staff recipes on Facebook www.ste-michelle.com/facebook.