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Sante Magazine - May 1, 2013
Fragrant aromas of apple and citrus, with flavors of lime zest, vanilla, and spice followed by a delightfully fresh finish. Light bodied and easy drinking, perfect for by-the-glass programs. Aperitif. [buy and serve youngest vintage available]
87 points Wine Enthusiast - April 1, 2013
This bears apple and pear flavors that are set amidst buttery, toasty accents. It’s smooth and easy to drink, and the mouthfeel has a certain oiliness.
Yahoo! Shine - April 1, 2013
How to Pair Wine with Your Favorite Junk Foods (Pringles Potato Chips)... Who doesn't crave a chip every once in a while? It's a food that demands a wine that pays tribute to its trio of characteristics: crunchy, salty, and perfectly shaped to fit in the mouth in one bite. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley 2011 Chardonnay ($15) has just the complexity needed to make each chip stand out in the crowd. Chardonnay grapes from all over Washington's Columbia Valley are blended for a wine that has a variety of flavors from apple to citrus fruits. The wine was aged sur lie. "What's that?" you ask. It's the wine's gunk, the dead yeast deposits that result from the wine's fermentation. It sounds gross, but it actually makes the wine soft, creamy, and smooth in the mouth, making it perfect for a chip or two.
Washington Wine Report - March 26, 2013
(Good) Very lightly aromatic with grass, toasty oak, banana, and spice. The palate has a broad feel with light fruit flavors accented by wood spices.
Wine Peeps - December 5, 2012
Pale to medium yellow. Aromatic with butter and popcorn on the nose. Apple, pear, and a touch of butter come through on the palate. Dry and medium-bodied with lively acidity and a long, smooth finish.