9 reviews were found
A great cab - one of Washington State's best offerings.
The wine was worth it at the sale price of $9.99/bottle, but wouldn't at the higher price. Kim Marlborough and Whitehaven are some nice alternatives.
Despite the aromatic and lovely smell, the wine opens too tart on the palette to be that enjoyable in the mouth. Not a torrentes I would try again.
It's hard to know why this made Wine Spectator's Top 100 for 2008 - the flavor is pretty bland. Not worth buying.
The wine has an intensely fruity nose with hints of lime and grapefruit with a wonderfully acidity feel on the palate. Worth the buy.
Exceptional taste. Vibrant and smooth. Definitely worth the purchase - will purchase a case having tried one bottle.
The wine is very smooth at 10% alcohol content and is just slightly sweet. The comment about needing a little air to open up is definitely accurate. Personally, I prefer the Chateau St. Michelle Eroica for a Riesling, but this is also a very solid wine.
The winemaker's notes do a very good job of capturing this wine. However, it is a bit pricey for a wine only rating 86 points.
At the price of under $10 a bottle, it is a very good value wine. It is not as smooth as a Riesling like St. Urbans-Hof, nor as sweet, but it has a nice aroma and a medium degree of complexity.