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“Bargain 2011 Whites” Bellingham Herald - February 21, 2013
This breezy site in Paterson, Wash., looks across the Columbia River into Oregon and supplies much of the Sauvignon Blanc for Chateau Ste. Michelle. It presents abundant aromas of lychee and grapefruit, along with a pinch of white pepper and a thin trail of smoke. Those who enjoy a dry Gewürztraminer should delight with its continuation of grapefruit flavors, backed by peach, slate, more lychee and lingering juiciness.
87 points Wine Enthusiast - December 31, 2012
The Horse Heaven Vineyard adds a welcome touch of minerality to the plain apple fruit flavor of the wine. It is this minerality that elevates it a notch, giving it a textural and refreshing mouthfeel.
87 points Wine Spectator - November 30, 2012
Smooth and focused, with a hit of lime balancing the ripe pear flavors, weaving in herbal notes on the finish.
“Excellent” Washington Wine Report - November 7, 2012
Pale lemon green. A lightly aromatic wine with herbal notes, pink grapefruit, and pear. The palate is medium bodied and textured with crisp, tart fruit flavors and a drawn out feel.
Wines Northwest - October 4, 2012
Winemaker Bob Bertheau crafted this crisp and flavorful Sauvignon Blanc from fruit grown in the Horse Heaven Vineyard near the Columbia River in Paterson, Washington. Part of the wine (40%) was barrel fermented in neutral oak adding some complex aromas and flavors. The nose offers earthy and grassy notes leading to a crisp palate featuring grapefruit, mineral and pear flavors... a tasty pairing with both half-shell Kumamotos and steamed mussels.