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“Outstanding” Wine Press Northwest - March 1, 2011
Here's proof that you don't need to go north of the 49th parallel for a dessert wine that drinks like a top-notch Canadian ice wine. Bob Berheau had these botrytis-covered clusters harvested Nov. 1, which made for succulent aromatics of apricot glaceed, fresh-squeezed lemon, honey, jasmine and lime. It's dog-gone delicious and viscous as flavors of baked apple, more apricot and bananas foster trickle in.
Wine Peeps - January 17, 2011
Golden yellow in color. Gorgeous nose with honey and butterscotch aromas. Honey, butterscotch, and orange notes come through on the palate. Very sweet and medium-bodied with crisp acidity. Well-balanced with a long finish. A delicious dessert wine.
“This Week's Picks” Press Democrat - January 10, 2011
A tasty dessert pick with a soft texture. Notes of honey, apricot, golden raisin and cinnamon. Rich.
95 points WineSpectator.com - July 23, 2010
Sweet and rich, the syrupy aspect balanced beautifully by tangy acidity, weaving its tangerine flavors through the pineapple and pear fruit, lavished with honey as the finish sails on and on.
“Fifth Annual Best Washington Wines 2010. Best Late-Harvest Wine over $25.” Seattle Magazine - April 1, 2010
One of the many decadent and delicious dessert wines from Chateau Ste. Michelle, the grapes for this wine were harvested after all the other Horse Heaven Vineyard grapes were off the vines. Rich and unctuous on the palate, the aromas are fresh and light, with clover, sweet apricot and pear. A perfect match with any fruity/spicy dessert, such as an apple or pumpkin tart.