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88 points Wine & Spirits - October 1, 2006
From a vineyard in the Yakima Valley, just South of Wahluke slope, this merlot offers aromas of sassafras and exotic, aromatic wood. With its black cherry fruit, fresh and lightly spiced, it's ideal for game, like grilled quail.
87 points - “Highly Recommended” California Grapevine - June 20, 2006
Medium ruby with a brickish hue; attractive, herbal, tarrish, cedary, red cherry fruit aroma with notes of vanilla, green olive and charred oak; medium-full to full body; rich textured, cedary, cherry fruit flavors; medium-full tannin; lingering aftertaste. Enjoyable to drink now.
Wine Press Northwest - June 20, 2006
Not too often do we come across oak-driven wines out of the Chateau, but here’s one in a European style with toast and chocolate notes in the aromas. Cherries and underripe blackberries race with good acidity and run headlong into powerful tannins, a characteristic of this historic vineyard north of the Rattlesnake Hills.
90 points Wine & Spirits - February 1, 2005
Ste. Michelle planted Cold Creek vineyard in 1973, making it among the oldest in the state, and this wine’s tannic grip speaks to the age of those vines. There’s fruit as well, a piney, pure red cherry flavor rounded out by elements of cedar and cinnamon. Its long, dry finish makes this a steak wine in its purest form.
4 stars - “Excellent Value” Restaurant Wine - December 1, 2004
The Cold Creek is fuller and more tannic, but it is also slightly oakier. It is full bodied, concentrated, and lightly tannic; a firm Merlot with good flavor (tobacco, black currant, plum, oak) and lenght.