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2007 Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling Eroica Columbia Valley
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About Chateau Ste. Michelle

Chateau Ste. Michelle is a massive operation, leading the world in the production of Riesling. 3,500 acres planted across the state of Washington produce roughly 2,000,000 cases annually. Winemaker Bob Bertheau manages not one, but two seperate wineries dedicated to the production of white and red wines respectively.

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2007 Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling Eroica Columbia Valley

Producer: Chateau Ste. Michelle
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Riesling
Origin: Washington
Region: Columbia Valley

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95 Points | Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine
90 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2008

($25) Bright, pale yellow. Pungent aromas of lime, yellow peach and crushed rock, complicated by a tropical fruit nuance. Juicy, spicy and intense, with ripe acids framing the rather laid-back flavors of apricot, apricot, ginger and exotic herbs. Took on a more creamy texture as it opened in the glass but still comes across as more or less dry. Finishes with a persistent pineapple flavor and good dusty, tactile grip. Classy riesling.

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Bright, citrus flavor
02/20/2009
by Auer13356864
The Eroica brings a combination of bright fruit forward citrus taste with strong sweet flavor. It was unique and enjoyable.

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