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Seattle Magazine - November 19, 2012
Local Chefs On Why Riesling is the Best Thanksgiving Wine... Thierry Rautureau (Rover’s, LUC): “Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Eroica is very balanced, has a nice floral nose and beautiful long finish. Serve it cool but not too chilled.” Anthony Polizzi, chef de cuisine at Steelhead Diner: “When looking for a Riesling, I prefer one that has a little sweetness to it. Considering its partnership with a Thanksgiving Feast, I think it is important however that the wine has a some acid to stand up to the richness of all those mashed potatoes, candied yams, gravies, stuffings and, of course, turkey on the table. And for that, Chateau St. Michelle's 2011 Eroica Riesling, from the Columbia Valley, rocks! What makes this even more special is that St. Michelle, which has a 40-year history of growing diverse Rieslings in Washington State, partnered with Ernst Loosen, a highly regarded German Riesling producer for this project.” Craig Serbousek from Crow and Betty: “I tend to drink Rieslings from Germany and Alsace (my wife is a wine importer; she gets to chose the Rieslings), but have found Dr. Loosen's Eroica to be a good Washington state Riesling.”
Washington Examiner - November 14, 2012
If you are looking for the perfect pairing for turkey, look no further than the 2011 Chateau Ste. Michelle-Dr. Loosen Eroica Riesling ($20) from the Columbia Valley in Washington state. This wine was originally a collaboration between the Mosel winemaker Ernst Loosen and Chateau Ste. Michelle. Today, it still delivers loads of apple, honeysuckle and pineapple aromas on the fragrant bouquet and beautifully seductive flavors of ripe apple, pears and white peaches. Hints of minerals sneak in on the concentrated finish
Palm Beach Daily News - November 11, 2012
The 2009 vintage is light and tart, and lots of citrus with a little apple. It goes well with the cobia ceviche, complemented by the piquillo peppers and avocado. This is an easy drinking wine.
“Good/Excellent” Washington Wine Report - November 7, 2012
An aromatic wine with peach, lime, hibiscus and wet stone. The palate is off dry with stone fruit and citrus flavors, losing a little of its rhythm in the middle before pulling back together for a tart, lingering finish.
“Wine Adviser's Top 100 from Washington and Oregon ” The Seattle Times - November 2, 2012