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The Orange County Register - November 14, 2012
Recommended thanksgiving wine. I'm a huge fan of this large but often overlooked Washington winery. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling is refreshing, dry and crisp. You'll get stone-fruit flavors such as peach along with floral hints, solid but not overwhelming acidity, and a finish that's surprisingly long and elegant. It exudes beautiful white peach and floral aromas. Wine.com: “This is an incredibly versatile food wine and a favorite with oysters.” One of the best white wine bargains around; it's a natural with light appetizers.
“Good” Washington Wine Report - November 7, 2012
A moderately aromatic wine with lime and lime zest. The palate is dry and tart with a big blast of acid.
91 points - “#2 - Top 100 Best Buys 2012” Wine Enthusiast - November 1, 2012
Kudos to Ste. Michelle for accurately labeling this wine, and also for the Riesling sweetness scale on the back of all their Rieslings. Firm Yakima Valley fruit is the backbone here, tart and spicy, with bright flavors of pear and apple. A juicy, palate-cleansing style.
88 points - “Best Value” Wine Spectator Advance - October 31, 2012
Fresh and vital, with juicy pear and floral flavors that play against lemony acidity. Dry finish. Drink now. 75,000 cases made.
88 points - “Best Value” Wine Spectator - October 31, 2012
Fresh and vital, with juicy pear and floral flavors that play against lemony acidity. Dry finish.