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.
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.
Smooth and simple, this sparkling wine fits nicely with it's pricetag. Great for popping with convervative guests, but not the best for under 13$. Try a prosecco or a small production Spanish cava to have some more Fun while staying in the budget
External Reviews for Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut Columbia Valley
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
A stylish wine, gentle and spicy, offering pretty peach and earth flavors on a well-balanced frame. Drink now. 257,000 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.
A very fruity, slightly sweet sparkling wine thatandrsquo;s easy to drink and enjoy, with clean, straightforward peachy, appley, Riesling-like flavors. Simple and good.
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.
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.
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