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“Value priced and sooo good” Desert Entertainer - February 1, 2012
An aroma of ripe apriocots, the taste is crisp and very dry. Paired very nicely with a take-home dinner from P.F Chang's of spicy chicken and Mongolian beef.
San Francisco Chronicle - January 6, 2012
Some 60 judges worked through 5,500 wines to come up with more than 80 best of class awards. Here’s a few more notable choices among that final roster: The 2010 Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Dry Riesling ($9), continuing a run of great Riesling quality for Washington’s largest winery
“Best in Class ” Tri-City Herald - January 6, 2012
San Francisco Wine Competition - Best in Class Winner
91 points - “Best Buy” Wine Enthusiast - December 15, 2011
Kudos to Ste. Michelle for accurately labeling this wine, and also for the Riesling sweetness scale on the back of all their Rieslings. Firm Yakima Valley fruits is the backbone here, tart and spicy, with bright flavors of pear and apple. A juicy, palate-cleansing style.
86 points Wine Spectator - November 30, 2011
86 points. Light and tangy, with lemon and peach flavors on a sleek frame.