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2009Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon

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Cabernet Sauvignon-Pacific Northwest-Washington

The Canoe Ridge Estate Cabernet Sauvignon is a beautifully balanced wine that offers a classic, fresh expression of Horse Heaven Hills fruit. The wine shows varietal black olive notes with ripe cherry flavors and soft tannins. California.


Alcohol Content:15.00%

Critic Scores

IW 89

Red-ruby. Cassis, licorice and chocolate mint on the nose; not quite as broad or expressive as the Cold Creek example. In a tighter, cooler style...

Red-ruby. Cassis, licorice and chocolate mint on the nose; not quite as broad or expressive as the Cold Creek example. In a tighter, cooler style on the palate, showing less detail and nuance today. A bit more chunky and less refined too, but there's no shortage of material here. Finishes with dusty tannins that will require time in bottle to soften.

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W 90

Scents of India ink and evergreen relax with air into scents of cedar, carob and black cherry. On the palate it remains dense and tightly woven,...

Scents of India ink and evergreen relax with air into scents of cedar, carob and black cherry. On the palate it remains dense and tightly woven, with a grainy texture that seems textbook Horse Heaven Hills. It needs time, but it is a great buy to set against at steak.

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W 90

Scents of India ink and evergreen relax with air into scents of cedar, carob and black cherry. On the palate it remains dense and tightly woven,...

Scents of India ink and evergreen relax with air into scents of cedar, carob and black cherry. On the palate it remains dense and tightly woven, with a grainy texture that seems textbook Horse Heaven Hills. It needs time, but it is a great buy to set against at steak.

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About: Chateau Ste Michelle

Built on the 1912 estate owned by Seattle lumber baron Frederick Stimson, the winery s roots date back to the Repeal of Prohibition, when...

Built on the 1912 estate owned by Seattle lumber baron Frederick Stimson, the winery s roots date back to the Repeal of Prohibition, when the Pommerelle Wine Company and the National Wine Company were formed. They merged in 1954 to form American Wine Growers. In 1967, American Wine Growers began a new line of premium vinifera wines called Ste. Michelle Vintners under the direction of legendary California winemaker Andre Tchelistcheff.

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