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“Best Dessert Wine under $25, Finalist. Best Washington Wines 2011.” Seattle Magazine - April 1, 2011
90 points Wine Enthusiast - May 1, 2008
A lightly petillant ice wine. Harvested at almost 38 brix, it is not as dense and racy as the ice wines of British Columbia or eastern Canada, but it offeres its own pleasures. Here are details of sweet straw, rice cracker, caramel and honey, nicely interwoven and persistent, and never turning cloying or sugary.
90 points Wine Spectator - March 5, 2008
Rich and sweet, like golden pineapple syrup shaded with hints of violet and white pepper. The slightly sugary finish lingers effectively.
92 points Wine Spectator - March 5, 2008
Sweet and silky, with lovely pear and grapefruit flavors, hinting at cream and sweet spices as the finish lingers elegantly. This doesn't feel nearly as sweet as it is.
“Excellent” Wine Press Northwest - June 1, 2007
Often overlooked and usually unappreciated, a release and style such as this can help inspire more models of this Vouvray. Mouthwatering are the candied fruit aromas, heavy with pineapple and mango and cantaloupe, which includes hints of Muscat, honeydew and lemongrass. The borderline syrup entry mimics the aromas dead-on to produce a "wow!" It’s spicy because part of the crop was botrytis affected, yet not overly sweet though despite its 13.6% residual sugar, making it a good cocktail wine because of its mouth-puckering acidity. Try it drizzled over sliced papaya or allow it to age for a decade or so.