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97 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2011
Even better (and considerably more expensive) is the 2007 Eroica Single Berry Select, Ste. Michelle's interpretation of a German Trockenbeerenauslese. Made with 100% botrytis-infected fruit, it is deep gold in color with an explosive nose of candied peaches, apricots, ginger, and fruit cake. Incredibly rich and opulent, it is likely to evoke moans of pleasure for another 10-15 years.
93 points Wine Spectator Insider - January 19, 2011
Rich, sweet and syrupy, this is a golden nectar of caramel, honey, apricot and pineapple flavors, finishing silky and unctuous. The acidity seems a bit subdued this time, but the flavors are gorgeous.
94 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2010
The 2009 Eroica Riesling was not ready for tasting but the 2006 Eroica Single Berry Select is an exceptional TBA styled Riesling that was made from individually selected berries that were entirely botrytis infected. Amber/gold colored, it offers up a splendid nose of peaches, apricots, honey, and orange marmalade. Buttressed by a vibrant acid structure, it is likely to evolve for many years and drink well through its 25th birthday, perhaps longer.
98 points Wine Spectator - June 24, 2009
Rich, silky and polished, offering a plush, exotic mouthful of honey, pear, quince, orange marmalade and pineapple, with whiffs of mayflower, persisting impossibly long on the finish. This is deftly balanced with acidity to keep it from being too syrupy.
90 points Wine & Spirits - February 1, 2004
From the joint venture between Ste. Michelle and Ernst Loosen of Germany's Mosel, this limited production wine needs plenty of air to develop its soft apple and pear flavors. It's juicy and generous, the acidity coming up from under the weight of all the ripe fruit. Solace for a sweet tooth.