Is Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon a good wine?
Wine Enthusiast awarded this a Best Buy and scored it 91 points saying “The aromas are unmistakably Cabernet, bringing full-on notes of black currant along with dried herb and a kiss of spice. The flavors are ripe, luxurious and remarkably fruit forward, with the oak pleasantly dialed back.
Is Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon sweet or dry?
Made in Washington state’s renowned Columbia Valley with grapes from multiple vineyard lots, this medium-full bodied, dry red wine is recognized for New World fruit intensity in an Old World style.
How much is a bottle of Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon?
2018 Cabernet Sauvignon
What kind of wine is Chateau Ste. Michelle?
Reflecting the wide range of growing conditions within Washington State, Chateau Ste. Michelle produces a dizzying array of wines: the aforementioned Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, small lots of Chenin Blanc and Pinot Gris, plus reds made from all the Bordeaux varietals, including Syrah, Grenache, and more.
Who owns Chateau Michelle?
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Ltd.Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery / Parent organization
What wineries are owned by Chateau Ste Michelle?
Ste. Michelle’s Washington portfolio includes: Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Crest, 14 Hands, Col Solare, Northstar, Spring Valley Vineyard, MERF, INTRINSIC, Seven Falls and Michelle sparkling wines.
Where is Columbia Valley Washington?
The Columbia Valley AVA was established in 1984 and is located on the eastern side of Washington State and a small part of Oregon. The region contains 50,316 acres of vineyards representing 99% of Washington wine country, making it just a touch bigger than Napa Valley (45,000 acres.)
What wineries are owned by Chateau Ste. Michelle?
How much did St Michelle sell for?
After more than 40 years under tobacco company ownership, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has been sold to a private equity firm for $1.2 billion, owner Altria announced Friday.
Who bought San Michelle winery?
Michelle Wine Estates has been sold for about $1.2 billion to a private equity firm by its parent, the tobacco company Altria. Woodinville-based Ste. Michelle describes itself as the nation’s third-largest wine company, farming nearly 30,000 acres across Washington, Oregon and California.
Who owned Chateau Ste. Michelle?
|Chateau Ste. Michelle|
|Formerly||American Wine Company|
|Key people||Bob Bertheau, Winemaker|
|Parent company||Sycamore Partners|
Who makes Kirkland Columbia Valley Cabernet?
One of the nice trends we’ve noticed with the Kirkland Signature offeringss is that they don’t really seem to hide the producers of their wines anymore, like Trader Joe’s still often does. As such, we see right on the back label that this wine is made by Brandon Rice.