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89 points Wine Enthusiast - May 1, 2011
Powerful scents of toast and buttered popcorn dominate the nose, but once in the mouth the wine shows some grip and depth. For those who love the buttery style of Chardonnay, this will be hard to beat at this price. Traces of apple and pear fruit show in the midpalate, and the wine lingers gracefully into a full-bodied finish.
4 stars Restaurant Wine - May 1, 2011
Excellent Chardonnay: supple in texture, full bodied, ripely flavored, and modestly oaked; a wine with good depth of fruit (apple, pineapple, candied lemon), and toasty, nutty overtones on the finish.
Wines Northwest - March 28, 2011
Chardonnays from Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Cold Creek Vineyard have been winning praise from critics and consumers alike for more two decades. The vineyard is located between the Yakima Valley and Wahluke Slope AVAs in a pocket that provides ample heat to ripen all grape varieties consistently. The complex nose of the wine features apple, citrus and butterscotch, with the palate offering firm body and rich flavors of toasty pear, butter and lemon. Great with our roasted chicken entrée.
“Silver - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition” Wine Press Northwest - January 7, 2011
89 points Wine Spectator - December 15, 2010
Ripe and focused, offering a lithe mouthful of tobacco-accented pear, cream and toasted coconut flavors, lingering on the dry finish.