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96 points - “Hot Wine” Wine Spectator - October 23, 2003
This is the third vintage of Single Berry Select, a supersweet wine made in association with Ernst Loosen, the famed German winemaker...it's a doozy-dark gold and hugely aromatic, a noseful of mineral-, pepper- and spice-scented pear and honey notes, ultra rich and silky, with honey, apricot, baked apple, tropical fruit and clotted cream flavors that just don't quit. Try to keep hands off in the cellar to see how it develops.
98 points - “Top Wine” Wine Spectator - October 15, 2003
Rich, powerful, balanced. Sticky, syrupy textures. Apricot, baked apple, dried pineapple and tropical fruit flavors last. -Harvey Steiman
98 points Wine Spectator - April 30, 2003
Breathtaking in its richness and power, yet balanced against a lacy web of acidity that keeps the sticky, syrupy textures from going over the top. Flavors of apricot, baked apple, dried pineapple and tropical fruit last and last. Drink now through 2020. -Harvey Steiman
98 points Wine Spectator - January 15, 2003
The wine I’m geared up for is the next vintage (2001) of the supersweet, trockenbeerenauslese-style Riesling Single Berry Select from Eroica, the joint venture involving Dr. Ernest Loosen of Germany and Chateau Ste. Michelle in Washington. The 2000 just arrived; I rated it 98 points. It’s $200 (for a 375ml bottle) but, yum. -Harvey Steiman
3 grape clusters - “Exceptional” Northwest Palate - January 1, 2003
Complex aromas of peach, apricot, citrus, honey, and crème brulee. Syrupy flavors of sweet butter and caramel, with citrus notes for balance. Dessert in a glass, with incredible concentration and clean ripeness. Aftertaste of spiced caramel apple lingers on and on.