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“Value Brands of the Year” Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2013
BBQ Ready - If your working case includes an ample selection of Bordelais varieties like cabernet sauvignon and merlot, then that case must include Washington reds. And who better to deliver on these than the state's oldest winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle, controlling some of its most enviable vineyard sources? Ste. Michelle's reds routinely over-deliver for their price, rich and bold in fruit expression, elegant in structure, great for your next grill-out, whether it's a quick strip or a thick-cut ribeye. The winery also puts out some of the best riesling; the 2011 Cold Creek Vineyard is generously fruited with a fine mineral texture - an elegant match for grilled scallops. (90 points)
90 points - “Best Buy” Wine & Spirits - June 1, 2013
A classic and a real steal, this generous cabernet offers scents of cassis and mocha, adorned with a hint of pine. The flavors are warm and open, its cedar accents lending old-school elegance to generous, dark fruit and slightly furry tannins. A great weeknight red for a smoked pork chop.
89 points Wine Spectator - February 28, 2013
Chewy, nicely focused and appealing, with ripe black cherry and licorice flavors that dance deftly on the finish.
89 points Wine Review Online - February 19, 2013
At long last we are starting to see well-priced solid domestic Cabernet Sauvignon on the market. Bob Bertheau and his team have put together this straightforward Cabernet that delivers a delightful combination of fruit and herbs wrapped in polished tannins. Thankfully, it’s not a massive blockbuster, but rather it’s a beautifully balanced Cabernet with far more complexity than you’d expect at the price. It’s perfect for current consumption and a bargain to boot.
“#7 - 2012 Wine.com 100” Shanken News Daily - December 7, 2012
The Wine.com 100 reflects the top wines purchased on its website during the first 11 months of 2012. It is the industry's only list based solely on consumer purchasing data. Now in its sixth year of publication, the list has grown to become a benchmark for illustrating major online wine purchasing trends -- and is now an indicator of what people are actually drinking throughout the year. In the past year, Wine.com customers purchased more than 13,300 different wines across all major regions and varietals.