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96 points - “Editor's Choice” Wine Enthusiast - May 1, 2008
This is just this side of unctuous, a decadently ripe and rich late harvest Riesling. The residual sugar is at 23 percent, the alcohol a moderate 8 percent, and the balance impeccable, with a buoyant underpinning to the intense sweetness.
97 points - “Washington Report: Top Wines” Wine Spectator - March 31, 2008
Has amazing balance and depth, splaying out its lime-scented apricot and honey flavors, then pulling it all together into a tremendously long, exquisitely balanced finish that hints at all sorts of spice and floral notes. An utterly seamless wine that has the balance to age gracefully.
96 points Wine Enthusiast - December 15, 2007
This is just this side of unctuous, a decadently ripe, rich and buttery late-harvest Riesling. The residual sugar is 23%, the alcohol is a moderate 8%, and the balance is impeccable. Beyond the fruit flavors of peach, apricot, banana, mango, papaya and melon, there is butter and butterscotch, trailing into sweet tea and honey. This wine moves gracefully across the palate, tossing new flavors into the mix as it dances to a multiminute finale. - Paul Gregutt
“Recommended” Wine Press Northwest - June 1, 2007
At what point do these grapes, taken in early November in the Horse Heaven Vineyard, become the rarefied Single Berry Select? The telltail signs of botrytis with butterscotch, honey, glaceed apricots and spice say this wasn’t far off at 22% residual sugar. Pineapple, mandarin orange, lemon zest acidity and Sprite-like flavors make this a natural to enjoy with a plate of dried fruits, toasted nuts and assertive cheeses.