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“100 Best Washington Wines - #85” Seattle Met - September 1, 2011
The Chateau’s perfumed wine shows earth, toasty spice, dark fruit, mineral, and very light herbal notes, and a palate that is densely packed with black fruit and well-integrated tannins.
92 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2011
The 2008 Ethos Cabernet Sauvignon spent 22 months in 100% new French and American oak. Inky purple in color, it sports a fragrant nose of pain grille, pencil lead, exotic spices, incense, and assorted black fruits. In the glass it deftly combines power and elegance revealing layers of fruit, succulent flavors, and impressive length. Give it 4-5 years of cellaring and drink it from 2015 to 2028.
91 points Wine Enthusiast - May 1, 2011
A lovely, lush, complex and inviting nose brings rich cherry fruit, coffee grounds, smoke and toast right up front. The wine is ripe and fruity, but also shows tangy acidity, even hints of citrus and pineapple, and a lively mouthfeel that invites another sip...
“Excellent” Wine Press Northwest - March 1, 2011
Aromas begin with boysenberry, cassis and stewed plums, backed by coffee and chocolate. It turns into an unctuous drink that blossoms with cherries, chocolate and plums, capped by black chai in the finish. The 2006 version of this won a Platinum in 2010, so this vintage likely needs just a bit more time to come around.
“Highly Recommended” California Grapevine - February 1, 2011
Medium-dark purplish ruby; attractive, earthy, cedary, dark cherry fruit aroma; medium-full to full body; rich, plummy, dark cherry fruit flavors with a creamy mouthfeel, hints of chocolate, and a spicy edge on the finish; medium-full to full tannin; lingering aftertaste.