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“#5 - 10 Top Wines for Under $20” SheKnows.com - October 26, 2012
If you aren't sure what kind of wine to get, a bottle of Chateau Ste. Michelle will never disappoint, especially this Cold Creek riesling. Made in the Columbia Valley of Washington, this crisp, sweet and tart white is one of the top 20 highest rated wines under $20 on wine.com. Unlike many rieslings, this bottle is fresh and clean without being overly sweet or syrupy. We paired ours with this spicy three-bean chili, but any spicy dish will pair well with it!
Wine Peeps - October 4, 2012
Pale, greenish straw yellow in color. Very aromatic with peach, apricot, and floral notes on the nose. Peach and orange zest come through on the palate. Slightly off-dry and light to medium-bodied with crisp acidity and a long finish.
“Daily Wine Pick $15-$30” WineSpectator.com - September 28, 2012
Chicago Tribune - September 26, 2012
(Recommended wine pairing for curried pork tenderloin) Persistent of flavor as long as its name; interplay between light fruits (pear, green apple, lemon) and verdant, herby notes; whispers of sweet, nothing cloying; acidity like baling wire; amazing value.
90 points Wine Review Online - September 11, 2012
This Riesling from Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Cold Creek Vineyard has far more going on compared to their straight Columbia Valley bottling. Still, the balance of aromas of white flowers, peach-like fruitiness, and mouth-tingling vibrancy is there. These people know how to make Riesling.