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“Value priced and sooo good” Desert Entertainer - February 1, 2012
The aroma of a wine cellar plus a hint of fresh oranges and a taste that is slightly tart without the often cloying smokiness of over-oaked Chardonnays. Seattle Magazine wrote that this is the "Best Chardonnay under $20." It also ranked among the Best Washington Wines 2011 in the same magazine.
86 points Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine - January 1, 2012
Fresh, clean and a touch on the simple side this crisp, green apple-scented wine is medium-full in weight on the palate and relies more on its basic fruit than on barrel-aging for its likeable character. Bright at the finish, if a touch tilting to slight bitterness as it ends, this one will be quite easy to take as a partner to roast chicken.
86 points Wine Enthusiast - December 15, 2011
Smooth and oaky, with a soft and accessible appeal, this is a more limited production offering than the Chateau’s regular Columbia Valley Chardonnay. Though undeniably charming…
87 points Wine Spectator - November 30, 2011
87 points. Lean and spicy, this white features an earthy edge to the pear and tobacco flavors.
87 points International Wine Cellar - November 16, 2011
Bright yellow. Aromas of nectarine, tropical fruits, caramel and butterscotch. Supple and plump, with oak-dominated flavors of butterscotch, resin and vanilla. In a sweeter style, but I wanted a bit more fruit and definition. Finishes with a saline nuance.