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“Best Buy” Great Northwest Wine - April 16, 2013
Washington’s flagship winery has been making Gewürztraminer for a good part of its time, as the Germany variety was among the first planted in the state. White winemaker Wendy Stuckey has it dialed in as well as her Riesling, by all appearances. This opens with huge aromas of classic clove, grapefruit, pear and lychee, followed by luscious flavors of maraschino cherry, cardamom, guava and lychee. This has a suprising amount of acidity (3.09 pH!), considering the variety naturally tends to lack it. This is on the sweeter side at 1.95, and that makes it a perfect wine for drinking all summer long. Rating: Outstanding!
88 points - “Best Buy” Wine Enthusiast - April 1, 2013
Off-dry and balanced, this wine exudes floral and spicy aromas. It has a citrus highlight and a rose petal scent.
“Top 10 Under $10” Wine Enthusiast - April 1, 2013
(88 points and Best Buy)
“Wine of the Week” Wine Spectator - April 1, 2013
Fresh and soft, brimming with spicy pineapple and floral flavors, finishing with mild sweetness. Drink now. (88 points and Best Buy)
In the Mix Magazine - April 1, 2013
Fresh and sassy, with floral and spicy pineapple highlights and a moderately sweet finish.