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86 points - “Good Value” Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine - August 1, 2011
Although it will not challenge high-ticket Cabernets from the finest sites, this open and easy-to-taste effort hits the varietal mark smartly, and it does so at a price that merits notice. It may be young and just a bit nervy, but it is not interrupted by tannin, and its very likeable combination of currants and cherries stays the course through to a silky, moderately long, fairly well-balanced finish.
Snooth.com - July 9, 2011
Trending Wines: June 2011. What's hot heading into summer. #5- Top 10 most searched Red Wines - Chateau Ste. Michelle 2008 Indian Wells Cabernet Sauvignon #7 - Top 10 most searched Chardonnays - Chateau Ste. Michelle 2009 Chardonnay Columbia Valley ...I have to tip my cap to Chateau Ste. Michelle, which managed to get on the lists with two different wines - quite an accomplishment when you think of it!
East Oregonian - June 11, 2011
Indian Wells is a very ripe and jammy wine with dark fruit and vanilla from the nose to the back palate.
“Best Cabernet Sauvignon under $20. Best Washington Wines 2011.” Seattle Magazine - April 1, 2011
From one of Washington’s warmer AVAs, the Wahluke Slope, this New World–style Cabernet Sauvignon (with a bit of Syrah, Malbec and Merlot) from the Woodinville powerhouse winery is a great glass for the price. Full of blackberry, dried cherry and cassis flavors, plus vanilla and smoke aromas, its mouth-filling lushness is precisely what many Washington Cabernet drinkers seek.
“Very Good” KensWineGuide.com - February 13, 2011
This opaque dark purple colored Cab from Washington opens with a blackberry and plum bouquet with a hint of black licorice. On the palate, this wine is medium bodied, balanced, soft, and very silky. The flavor profile is a gentle black cherry with a hint of Special Sweet dark chocolate and blackberry. The finish is quite dry and its sticky tannins build up and linger for a while. From a food standpoint, you will need some fat to reel in the big tannins that linger at the end. Try serving this Cab with a chuck pot roast.