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“Value Brands of the Year” Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2013
BBQ Ready - If your working case includes an ample selection of Bordelais varieties like cabernet sauvignon and merlot, then that case must include Washington reds. And who better to deliver on these than the state's oldest winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle, controlling some of its most enviable vineyard sources? Ste. Michelle's reds routinely over-deliver for their price, rich and bold in fruit expression, elegant in structure, great for your next grill-out, whether it's a quick strip or a thick-cut ribeye. The winery also puts out some of the best riesling; the 2011 Cold Creek Vineyard is generously fruited with a fine mineral texture - an elegant match for grilled scallops. (90 points)
“Top 100 Values of the Year” Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2013
90 points - “Best Buy” Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2013
A classic and a real steal, this generous cabernet offers scents of cassis and mocha, adorned with a hint of pine. The flavors are warm and open, its cedar accents lending old-school elegance to generous, dark fruit and slightly furry tannins. A great weeknight red for a smoked pork chop.
“Excellent” Great Northwest Wine - May 20, 2013
Using grapes from Canoe Ridge Estate Vineyard in the southern Horse Heaven Hills, winemaker Bob Bertheau has crafted a delicious red wine from the up-and-coming Malbec. In fact, this appears to be the only Malbec-labeled wine coming from Ste. Michelle at this time. It opens with aromas of horehound candy, blueberry, walnut, smoke and black raspberry, followed by silky flavors of serviceberry, blueberry and a sprinkling of cocoa. Typical of Malbec, this is backed with modest tannins and bright acidity. Try this with barbecued wings, pork chops or empanadas.
“Daily Wine Pick” Wine Spectator - May 16, 2013
Smooth and round, wrapping the pear and pineapple fruit in a veil of honeycomb flavor, lingering gently and evocatively. Drink now through 2016.