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“13th Annual Platinum Judging Double Platinum and Best Buy ” Wine Press Northwest - January 1, 2013
This is, perhaps, the most remarkable wine in the Pacific Northwest. How Ste. Michelle manages to make something so delicious, so broadly appealing, so balanced, so consistent and in such large quantities is astonishing. This wine finished No.2 in our big Riesling competition this summer, and it shows its staying power here. It opens with subtle aromas of spices, camomile tea, anise and pears, followed by superb flavors of minerals, apples and Asian pears.
91 points - “Best Buy ” Wine Enthusiast - December 31, 2012
A marvelous effort in a difficult year, this textbook Washington Riesling is bursting with apricot and peach goodness. Round and polished, it’s long and textured, with an excellent wash of minerality.
“The Biggest Bargains: High-Production Values” Wine Spectator - December 31, 2012
The Biggest Bargains: High-Production Values
TribLive.com - December 11, 2012
For Polynesian meatballs, also known as Hawaiian meatballs, mix a bottle of store-bought sweet-and-sour sauce with a little freshly grated ginger, minced garlic and a pinch of cayenne red pepper. Heat the sauce and meatballs together and serve with the tasty 2011 Chateau Ste Michelle, Riesling, Columbia Valley, Washington State (8656; on sale: $8.99). As Washington State‘s oldest and most acclaimed winery, Chateau Ste Michelle built its reputation on making terrific Rieslings. Unlike many cloyingly sweet and flabby domestic Rieslings, this wine has just a hint of well-balanced sweetness with only 11 percent alcohol. Classic apple and brown spice aromas greet the nose. Crisp apple, fruity peach and subtle grapefruit flavors unfold in the glass. Bright, firm acidity balances the fruity, elegant finish. The relatively low alcohol makes for a perfect party wine. Highly Recommended.
Eatocracy (CNN) - November 30, 2012
I probably recommend this wine too often, but since it manages to be an absurd value year in, year out, it feels like a disservice not to point it out again. Crisp and lightly citrusy, it’s light enough to pour as an aperitif but flavorful enough for dinner. - Ray Isle