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93 points - “Cellar Selection ” Wine Enthusiast - December 31, 2012
Complex and compelling, this has a luscious mix of fruits that run the Riesling gamut. It’s creamy and textural, fresh and primary, with exceptional aging potential and fine, juicy, natural acidity.
Wine Spectator - December 15, 2012
...The better Rieslings offer stone fruit and citrus character, with lively acidity balancing sometimes moderate sweetness. Continuing its run of excellent bottlings, the tangy Chateau Ste. Michelle - Dr. Loosen Riesling Columbia Valley Eroica 2011 is juicy with green apple and floral flavors... (Tasting Report: Washington)
93 points Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2012
Eroica in a cool vintage is driven by energy and freshness more than fruit, the acidity providing a cool, angular intensity. In this 2011, scents of peach and honeysuckle give way to stone fruit flavors that feel clean and pure, buoyed by a minerality that keeps that wine en pointe. A tremendous success in a vintage that required care and a sophisticated approach to viticulture.
Vancouver Sun - November 24, 2012
Recommended wine for Christmas dinner
San Jose Mercury News - November 19, 2012
10 Great Wines for $20 or Less Chateau Ste. Michelle is the world's largest producer of riesling. This is the winery's basic, off-dry riesling, and it tastes of fleshy lime and spiced apples. There's a good dry riesling for the same price. For $22, try the 2011 Eroica, a collaboration between Ste. Michelle and Ernst Loosen, a top vintner in Germany's Mosel region.