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91 points Wine Spectator - April 30, 2008
Smoky aromas surround a tangy mouthful of lime, tangerine and green apple flavors, persisting impressively on the lively, balanced finish.
92 points Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2007
One of the lightest, breeziest chardonnays I’ve had from Washington, this is vibrant and sunny, with clean, ripe apple aromas, pure and lifted. A subtle caramel note adds weight to the pear flavors. This feels succulent, with a finish that goes cleanly to tarte Tatin. Delicious. - Patrick Comiskey
88 points Wine Enthusiast - December 1, 2007
This is a very rich, with quite ripe, banana and tropical fruits. Barrel fermentation brings more richness to the palate: buttered nuts, caramel and creme brulee. For its over-the-top style, it's been done very well, but it tires the palate rather quickly.
91 points The Wine Advocate - September 1, 2007
My favorite of the four here is the 2005 Chardonnay "Ethos," a barrel selection of the best Canoe Ridge and Cold Creek Vineyard fruit. A third of the wine was fermented with indigenous yeasts in 60% new French oak and remained on its lees for eight months. It has the most expressive aromatics, a broad, full-flavored palate, and a smooth texture. It will drink well over the next 3-5 years.
91 points Wine Spectator - June 15, 2006
Broad and generous, deftly balanced with juicy acidity, with mineral and tropical fruit flavors galore, lingering on the finish with pleasant hints of gooseberry.'