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Wines Northwest - July 28, 2011
Planted in the 1970s, Cold Creek Vineyard is one of Washington’s oldest and most acclaimed vineyards, located in a pocket 38 miles east of Yakima, but south of the Columbia River and Wahluke Slope. Riesling fruit from this vintage was picked over a four-week period, giving the winemaker more blending options. Look for aromas of apple, peach, baking spice and citrus leading to a rich palate with flavors of stone fruits, vanilla and spice with a citrus finish…great with crab cakes.
Press Democrat - June 27, 2011
A striking riesling with floral aromas and layered flavors. Notes of dried apricot, peach and spice. Balanced. Complex.
Northwest Palate - March 1, 2011
Subdued aromas of toasted nuts and broiled grapefruit are gentle in the nose. Light in style, with good flavors of spicy lemon-lime, kumquat and green apples delivered on a gently sweet palate...
90 points Wine & Spirits - February 1, 2011
There's a nice bite to this wine's scents of lemon and green apple. The flavors are richer, the creamy middle giving way to a dry, talc-like acidity, with the persistence to pair with butternut squash risotto.
90 points - “Best Buy” Wine Enthusiast - December 31, 2010
This succulent effort proves once again that a hot site can make excellent Riesling in Washington state. The Cold Creek signature minerality provides the base, and the fruit, vibrant and fresh, brings juicy acidity as well. The wine sails into a creamy finish that demands a glass refill.