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Bellingham Herald - February 7, 2011
Widely available, it's a solid introduction to the variety without any extremes, showing off lime, starfruit, Granny Smith apple and yellow grapefruit accents. Hints of kitchen herbs will lend it easily to seafood dishes that call for rosemary or chives.
85 points - “Good Value” Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine - February 1, 2011
Pretty straightforward in its clean if somewhat low-key aromas and flavors, this medium-full-bodied effort peaks into the melon camp and also finds just enough grassiness to make a solid claim for varietal identity. Its price surely makes it worth remembering.
“Great Value” Press Democrat - January 31, 2011
A bright sauvignon blanc that's a little grassy. Notes of pear, lemon, lime, herbs and spice. Refreshing.
Wine Peeps - January 27, 2011
Pale straw yellow in color. Fresh aromas of honeysuckle and orange peel on the nose; orange peel, citrus and tropical fruits, and vanilla on the palate. Dry and light-bodied with crisp acidity and a long finish.
88 points - “Best Buy” Wine Enthusiast - December 31, 2010
With the largest production in the entire Northwest, it is important that this wine express clean, varietal flavors with characteristic brightness and focus. And it does. Lightly herbal, fresh and clean, its fruit flavors suggest lemongrass, orange and ripe apple. Excellent balance and persistence. (online review)