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Vindulge (blog) - May 24, 2012
This wine had an intriguing and aromatic nose full of pineapple, apricot, and mandarin oranges. Rather than ripe juicy fruit flavors that I usually find on Rieslings, this one had more tropical and citrus flavors (think lemon and orange) with great acidity on the finish.
Wine Press Northwest - May 16, 2012
2012 Riverside International Wine Competition Double gold/best in class
“Recommended Pairing” Eatocracy (CNN) - March 26, 2012
Chicago Dog (tomato, pickle, onion, mustard, sport peppers & celery salt) A little heat, a lot of tang, plenty of salt, yet not much fat, except for the dog itself. Acidity is the answer, as it matches well with tanginess and also with salty flavors. I’d suggest a good dry Riesling, for instance the focused 2010 Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling ($10), which is a separate bottling from the winery’s regular, off-dry Riesling,
“Extreme Value - Critics Pick ” Wine & Spirits - February 1, 2012
Round and ripe, generous in apple flavor.
88 points - “Best Buy ” Wine & Spirits - February 1, 2012
88 points - A generous riesling with scents of apple and pineapple richness, this is round and ripe. For strudel.