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“Recommended Sauvignon Blanc for Valentines Day Dinner” Wine Spectator - February 3, 2012
Fresh and lively, this is bright with apple, peach, lime and floral flavors, lingering nicely on the gentle finish. Previously scored 88 points.
“Recommended for Valentines Dinner” Patch.com (National) - February 3, 2012
Crisp, clean, minerally, simple white wines are best with bivalves. The best part is that there are many readily available wines in the local market that retail for under $15 with those qualities, including the winners of the Pacific Oyster Wine Competition. So you can be a romantic without spending a lot of money. The winners, including three from Washington and two from Oregon, are listed below. The 2009 Chateau Ste. Michelle Sauvignon Blanc was the only winner from Woodinville.
“The Best Wines under $10 ” MSNBC - December 21, 2011
Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Sauvignon Blanc (starting at $9). Another winner from a producer that consistently delivers high-quality budget wines. Pair this light, crisp wine with white meat or seafood.
88 points - “Best Buy ” Wine Enthusiast - December 15, 2011
… It offers light, succinct, pure varietal flavors, on the cool side with the green apple, peavine and a bracing minerality.
88 points Wine Spectator - November 30, 2011
88 points. Fresh and lively, this is bright with apple, peach, lime and floral flavors, lingering nicely on the gentle finish.