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A fan favorite, this Gewürztraminer is an enjoyable wine with exuberant fruit and clove spice. This is a lush style o...Read more...
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My first Gewürztraminer! Smells like a riesling, pear and apricot! Refreshing like champagne, has a little of the bubbliness, nice acidity giving i... Read more
Light and modestly endowed with varietal spice, but it has pretty rose petal notes on the off-dry palate. Drink now. Read more
Simple, off-dry, and very much in the style of the Riesling. The blend includes 9% Muscat Canelli. It's basically a fruity, somewhat sweet tasting ... Read more
Food Pairings for Chateau Ste. Michelle Sauvignon Blanc
My first Gewürztraminer! Smells like a riesling, pear and apricot! Refreshing like champagne, has a little of the bubbliness, nice acidity giving it the crispness. Calming and smooth with notes of dried apricot, lychees (which I love!) and a certain mild spice (cannot figure out what..). It has a certain mild bitterness at the end. Medium dry finish and a nice coating in your mouth! I had it with grilled juicy Salmon and it was great!
External Reviews for Chateau Ste. Michelle Sauvignon Blanc
Light and modestly endowed with varietal spice, but it has pretty rose petal notes on the off-dry palate. Drink now.
Simple, off-dry, and very much in the style of the Riesling. The blend includes 9% Muscat Canelli. It's basically a fruity, somewhat sweet tasting room wine.
Rich in flavor, with a tangy balance to the lightly sweet grapefruit, rose petal and peppery spice aromas and flavors. Drink now through 2007.
A pretty wine, with soft fruit and a light touch of pepper on the finish. Drink now.
A popular style, fruity and forward, with the emphasis on citrus, grapefruit and apricot, rather than floral qualities. Sweet fruit set against tangy acid makes it a versatile food wine too.
The Chateau produces some 40,000 cases of this everyday Gewürztraminer, a youthful, spritzy, spicy delight; a tangy wine brimming with crisp flavors of nectarine and orange, enhanced by the addition of 12% Muscat Canelli to the blend. At 12.5% alcohol the wine's residual sugar hovers just under 2%, but the acids keep it lively and quite food-friendly.
This is an easy-drinking style of Gewürztraminer, without any of the floral or soapy scents, or the oily mouthfeel, that characterize more concentrated and richer bottlings. Here instead is a rather simple, roundly fruity white wine, masking its residual sugar in ample natural acids.
• Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks for three weeks. • Cool temperatures were maintained throughout the winemaking processto preserve the wine’s fresh, fruity and spicy aromas.
A fan favorite, this Gewürztraminer is an enjoyable wine with exuberant fruit and clove spice. This is a lush style of Gewürztraminer with a lot of floral character, yet it still maintains the grape’s natural crisp character. Try this with Thai food or any cuisine with a little “bite” to it.
Dietary Information: Organic
|Sugar: 2.05 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 0.68 grams per liter|
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