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90 points International Wine Cellar - December 1, 2012
Aromas of currant, cherry, spicecake and nutty oak. Suave, smooth and ripe, with redcurrant and spice flavors complemented by new oak. Harmonious acidity gives balance and shape to the wine. Finishes with slightly edgy oak tannins and excellent length.
89 points Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine - December 1, 2012
It may be quite ripe, and it wants for nothing in the way of substance or heft, yet this wine does not quite go over the line, and it wins its star for obvious richness. Its soft underbelly and comparatively tame tannins make it easy to taste even now, but save it for service with flavorful stews and roasts, for it is likely to overwhelm most anything lighter.
91 points Wine Spectator - November 30, 2012
Smooth and spicy, with a broad layer of chocolate and black olive flavors dominating the fruit, although the blueberry and plum notes slide into the finish with polish. Will strike some as overdone, but has the goods. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot.
“Silver Medalist” Sunset - November 1, 2012
International Wine Competition - New World Red.
91 points - “#90 - 100 Best Washington Wines” Seattle Met - September 1, 2012
This is the first year that Chateau Ste. Michelle meritage contains all five Bordeaux grape varieties, giving this wine a nice bit of added complexity. A touch over half cabernet sauvignon, it has abundant cherry, coffee bean, licorice and herbal notes.