My first ever wine from this very large winery. Easy to find, easy to drink.
Rich, complex, and full bodied white, a bit funky and floral from the small amount of Viognier , not my type of wine, but I could see likeable characteristics in it for others.
Very buttery nose and full body. Citrus palate, moderate acidity.
More dry than other Ste. Michelle whites. Very good. Smooth.
Scent is "thick" and syrupy. It is a bit spritzy, with a smooth, soft lemon flavor.
Surprisingly tasty, esp. for price. Varietally correct; floral nose w/ apples & hint of sweetness on palate, slightly fat mouthfeel, shorter, mildly creamy finish.
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Chateau Ste. Michelle is the oldest winery in Washington. Chateau Ste. Michelle's wines are among the most affordable and most popular.
Our Pinot Gris style falls between the lighter Italian Pinot Grigio andthe richer, rounder Pinot Gris from Alsace. The Chateau Ste. MichellePinot Gris offers fresh aromas of melon, apple and a hint of spice witha crisp finish. A touch of Viognier contributes texture and an attractivefloral character. This wine is a perfect match with scallops or halibut.'
Fresh aromas and flavors of ripe honeydew melon and crisp green apple. A touch of Viognier contributes an attractive floral note. The wine has an elegant finish and a refreshing crispness that makes it very food friendly.
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