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“Pick of the Week” The Seattle Times - April 14, 2012
Consistent with the past couple of vintages (the 2009 might still be in the market), this lively, racy take on pinot gris is delicately spritzy. It tickles the palate with grapefruit and lime flavors, highlighted with bracing acidity and mouth-cleansing minerality.
88 points - “Best Buy ” Wine Enthusiast - April 1, 2012
Consistent with the past couple of vintages, this lively, racy take on Pinot Gris comes with delicate spritz, dotting the edges of the glass and tickling the palate. Grapefruit and lime are showcased by bracing acidity, and a mouth-cleansing minerality.
“Good” Washington Wine Report - November 29, 2011
Pale lemon yellow. A fairly aromatic wine with yellow apple, straw, and buttery spices. Palate is medium-plus bodied with an almost creamy feel accented by moderate acidity.
“Wines of the Week” Wines Northwest - November 14, 2011
Spicy pear and vanilla lead off the aromas and flavors of this medium-bodied Pinot Gris. A good match for steamed mussels; look for citrus and fig notes with the background of pear and floral perfume
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - July 20, 2011
The Chateau Ste. Michelle is composed of 94 percent pinot gris and 6 percent viognier, which adds to its floral notes. This sumptuous, medium- to full-bodied white is aromatic with a fragrance of flowers, honey and spice. It's fresh and juicy, with layers of pear and peach flavors, some citrus and a clean finish with spice notes. It has an alcohol level of 13.5 percent and is best served with food. It would be wonderful with grilled salmon and with pasta in alfredo sauce.