Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut Columbia Valley 2011
“Sparkling wine is a wonderful yet often overlooked accompaniment to food. Bright acidity and effervescence cleanses the palate, while the delicate flavors complement a wide array of dishes. Brut pairs very well with Japanese cuisine, my favorite is with sashimi. Sip with bagels and lox for a relaxing weekend brunch.”- Rick Casqueiro, WinemakerAdd winemaker's notes
“Sparkling wine is a wonderful yet often overlooked accompaniment to food. Bright acidity and effervescence cleanses the palate, while the delicate flavors complement a wide array of dishes. Brut pairs very well with Japanese cuisine, my favorite is with sashimi. Sip with bagels and lox for a relaxing weekend brunch.”- Rick Casqueiro, Winemaker
Great light sipping sparkling or a Breakfast or brunch wine, drinking for many years, inexpensive
Easy drinking, affordable bubbly.
peach cobbler with a stoney aroma. Palate offers up strawberries and some tangerine with crisp bright acidity.
Nice citrus notes and overall a pretty decent balance. This was a nice, relatively inexpensive sparkling wine that went well with Sunday brunch.
Apple in the nose. Great body.
Wonderful fruit both on the nose and the palate. Very floral, and a great pick if you are looking for a reasonable bubbly to take to a New Years Eve party or a boozey brunch! More fruit and floral than French traditional-method Champagnes.
External Reviews for Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut Columbia Valley
A stylish wine, gentle and spicy, offering pretty peach and earth flavors on a well-balanced frame. Drink now. 257,000 cases made.
Nicely balanced, Brut is not too dry and not too sweet. This crisp and jazzy wine delivers delicate apple and citrus characteristics with a fresh, light toastiness.
Bright and lively, featuring delicate apple and floral aromas and flavors that echo nicely against fine bubbles. Drink now. 191,540 cases made
This distinctive medium-dry wine shows off an attractive plum skin hue. The Blanc de Noirs exhibits delightful spicy characteristics of ripe raspberry and strawberry aromas and flavors.
This frisky sparkler has a fresh biscuit scent, with a hint of lees flavor to complement fruity apple notes, all kicked up by acidity. Best Buy.
Soft and creamy sparkler, with a delicacy to the fizz adds class to the pear and toast flavors. Reliable choice with the budget in mind. Drink now.
Restrained aromas of yeasty breadcrust; creamy and rich on the palate, with a fine, soft mousse, delicate acidity, and a refined, cleansing finish. A first-rate, elegant sparkler at a great price.
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