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“The Best Wines under $10” MSNBC - December 21, 2011
(With Bottle Shot)Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (starting at $10). We haven’t listed a particular vintage of this plummy, full-bodied Washington wine because many are well-reviewed. Most low-cost red wines are best consumed within a couple of years of bottling. ...Another winner from a producer that consistently delivers high-quality budget wines.
“Top 100 Popular Sellers of the Year 2011” Market Watch - December 7, 2011
Wine.com Releases Annual 100 Top Wines of 2011 List From the Largest Online Wine Retailer Shows Consumers Are Spending More per Bottle and Still Prefer Red Over White Wine The Wine.com 100 is led off with the 10 most popular sellers of the year: 3. Chateau Ste. Michelle 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon
“Top 100 of 2011- #3” Wine.com - December 7, 2011
Top 100 of 2011 based entirely on customer preferences. Chateau Ste. Michelle 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon #3
“Years Best Cabernet 2011” Wine & Spirits - December 1, 2011
Spice - a hint of tobacco, a hint of milk chocolate - gives way to a ripe set of fruit flavors in this big shouldered, thoroughly seductive red. The texture is driven by fine, peppery tannins, which stem the tide of ripe, plummy fruit, giving the wine a touch of elegance even as it remains irresistible. It's drinking beautifully now (previously scored 93 6/11)
“Recommended- Best Wine for Under $15” WCPO - Cincinnati, OH - November 29, 2011
...you can not go wrong with a 2008 Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon. She calls it a fabulous wine that tastes like a $25 wine an well worth the money.