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Nation's Restaurant News - August 31, 2012
In this recurring feature, members of the Court of Master Sommeliers, an international association of wine experts, suggest pairings for popular menu items. The sommeliers do not have a financial interest in any of their recommendations. Here, Thomas Price, head sommelier of Metropolitan Grill in Seattle, selects a bargain and premium wine to go with a variety of seafood dishes. Bargain Wine: Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling Peach, lime, tangerine, red apple, pear, honeysuckle and jasmine aromatics, medium-plus acidity, medium bodied, light residual sugar
Wine Peeps - August 8, 2012
Very pale yellow. Aromatic with floral notes, pear, and white peach on both the nose and palate. Dry and light to medium-bodied with crisp acidity and a long, clean finish.
“Outstanding, Best Buy” Wine Press Northwest - July 1, 2012
The crew at CSM affectionately refers to this wine as "baby Eroica" because of its style similarities to its Eroica Riesling. But this is a baby no more, either in style or production. In fact, the 2009 vintage of the Dry Riesling wowed an international crowd two years ago at the Riesling Rendezvous, and this vintage equally floored us. At 0.72% residual sugar, sweetness is imperceptible, and the wine shows off aromas of spices, slate, passionfruit and even nuttiness. On the palate, it offers flavors of white peaches and nectarines, as well as lemons, apples and minerality. It's a delicious wine all the way through...
Food & Wine - June 1, 2012
Recommended pairing for Asian-Brined Cornish Hens...Dry, fruit-forward...
“Top 100 Values of the Year” Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2012
A generous riesling with scents of apple and pineapple richness, this is round and ripe. For strudel. (88 points - 2/12)