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Bellingham Herald - June 30, 2011
Northwest wines shine in regional, national competitions... Here are some highlights from the Los Angeles competition...From Washington, Chateau Ste. Michelle won gold medals for its 2007 Artist Series Meritage and 2009 Dry Riesling. Sister Wineries Snoqualmie Vineyards (2008 Whistle Stop Red) and Columbia Crest (2007 Grand Estates Merlot) also won gold medals and best in class.
“Gold Medal - Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition” Tri-City Herald - June 14, 2011
Pacific Northwest wineries won 31 gold medals, including 15 best-in-class awards, at one of the most prestigious wine competitions in North America. The Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition, held in May in Pomona, Calif., released its results late last week...In all, Northwest wineries won 200 medals in the competition...
“Excellent” Wine Press Northwest - March 1, 2011
How time flies. This marks the 15th anniversary of this blending of Bordeaux varieties, and the artwork came from the late T.L. Lange. A showy barrel program of 88% new oak makes for aromas of strawberry, sassafras, a box of Red Hots and a Brown & Haley Mountain Bar. Ripe strawberry, cola and citrus flavors take hold on the sloped shoulders of tannin. The hint of milk foam with cinnamon makes for a long and showy finish.
“Highly Recommended” California Grapevine - February 1, 2011
Medium-dark ruby; relatively restrained, spicy, cedary, blackberry fruit aroma with hints of anise and cola; full body; cedary, dark berry fruit flavors with notes of tar and graphite; full tannin; a bit tight and harsh on the finish; lingering aftertaste.
“Gold - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition” Wine Press Northwest - January 7, 2011