L'Ecole Wash Semillon 2011

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Semillon doesn't usually stand by itself. It is usually less than half of a blend with sauvillon blanc as in all the fine Bordeaux blanc around these days. It is very happy in the soils of the Columbia Valley which separates Oregon from Washington.The aromas here include citrus blossom (and fruit) and flowers. In the pretty full mouth look for honeydew, pear, and key-lime on a honeysuckle mineral-rich finish. [89% Semillon, 11% Sauvignon Blanc]*Wine and Wine and Spirits_ Winery of the Year (2010).

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L'Ecole No 41:
L'Ecole Nº 41 has been producing premium, handcrafted varietal wines in the Walla Walla Valley since 1983 in the historic Frenchtown School in Lowden, Washington. Within this web site you will discover: Our rich history and longevity in making wines in the Walla Walla Valley Our dedication to making premium varietal wines from some of Washington's finest vineyard sites Our commi... Read more
L'Ecole Nº 41 has been producing premium, handcrafted varietal wines in the Walla Walla Valley since 1983 in the historic Frenchtown School in Lowden, Washington. Within this web site you will discover: Our rich history and longevity in making wines in the Walla Walla Valley Our dedication to making premium varietal wines from some of Washington's finest vineyard sites Our commitment to superior vineyard management and environmentally sustainable vineyard practices Our desire to provide our valuable customers with a unique, quality experience year after year Thank you for the opportunity to share our story. Read less

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Source: kybecca
07/02/2008

A standout from the L\'Ecole Nº41 line. This should be on anyones short list of coveted wines.



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Semillon doesn't usually stand by itself. It is usually less than half of a blend with sauvillon blanc as in all the fine Bordeaux blanc around these days. It is very happy in the soils of the Columbia Valley which separates Oregon from Washington.The aromas here include citrus blossom (and fruit) and flowers. In the pretty full mouth look for honeydew, pear, and key-lime on a honeysuckle mineral-rich finish. [89% Semillon, 11% Sauvignon Blanc]*Wine and Wine and Spirits_ Winery of the Year (2010).

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