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92 points - “#29 - 100 Best Washington Wines” Seattle Met - September 1, 2012
The Eroica project brings together Chateau Ste. Michelle and famed winemaker Ernst Loosen of Germany's Mosel valley. This off-dry wine is a riot of lime zest, white peaches, and green apple flavors, accented by tart, crisp acidity.
93 points - “Good Value” Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine - September 1, 2012
Once again this collaboration between Ernst Loosen and Chateau Ste. Michelle finds a place at the very head of the class. It is a tightly bound wine of steely potential rather than one of immediate sweetness and juice, but, even now, it teases with subtle suggestions of flowers, sweet limes and stony spice. Its scant suggestion of sweetness is balanced by plenty of youthful acidity, and its impressions of nerve and vitality make it one that can be confidently set aside for further age if you can resist its already inviting come-hither entreaties.
89 points WineSpectator.com - August 31, 2012
A light and tangy version, this is juicy with green apple and floral aromas and flavors, lingering on the deft, lightly sweet finish. (web only review)
Milwaukee Magazine - August 23, 2012
Excellent Value Nectarine and white-peach notes lead into effervescence and light, crisp acidity in this off-dry style of Riesling.
93 points Wine Review Online - August 14, 2012
Dr. Loosen, the famed German producer, and Chateau Ste. Michelle joined forces over a decade ago with the aim of making a stunning Riesling in Washington. Well, they’ve succeeded and its name is Eroica. The 2011, which may be their best ever, has a brilliant combination of lacey fruitiness--an almost Spätlese ripeness--offset by riveting acidity. A Mosel-like delicacy makes this wine very appealing as an aperitif or with a full range of summertime dishes. And the 11%-stated alcohol reminds us that you don’t need super ripe grapes to produce super wine.