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Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley Washington Red Wine 750 mL

Original price was: $16.99.Current price is: $14.99.

About CHATEAU STE. MICHELLE
Chateau Ste. Michelle founded an entire wine region and we’re not done blazing trails yet. We honor our 55-year legacy of making world-class Washington wine, while taking bold steps to building our future with 2,600 acres of sustainably-farmed estate vineyards, state-of-the art cellar technology and talented, passionate winemaking team led by head winemaker Katie Nelson, with 30-years of Washington winemaking experience. Chateau Ste. Michelle continually strives to delight wine drinkers with an array of wine styles and immersive winery experiences, while staying focused on crafting award-winning, flavorful wines that are the ultimate expressions of Washington state.

91 rating Wine Enthusiast
This superb value strikes first with a marine-themed nose of a salty ocean breeze, a driftwood beach fire, blackberries, olive oil and a trace of bacon fat. Smooth and viscous, with dark plum and bittersweet chocolate-covered cherries coating the palate.

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Description

Founded in 1934, Chateau Ste. Michelle pioneered vinifera grape growing in Washington state and has been producing classic European varietal wines under the Ste. Michelle label since 1967. The winery combines an ongoing dedication to research with a commitment to classic winemaking traditions. The winery owns 3,500 acres of vineyards in the Columbia Valley of eastern Washington, including Canoe Ridge Estate and Cold Creek, which are the largest sustainably farmed and LIVE and Salmon Safe certified vineyards in the state. Chateau Ste. Michelle enjoys winemaking partnerships with three of the world’s most distinguished vintners. Col Solare is an alliance with Tuscany’s Piero Antinori, Eroica Riesling is a partnership with the Mosel’s Ernst Loosen, and Tenet, a project with acclaimed Rhone winemaker Michel Gassier, with the assistance of Southern Rhone’s famous enology consultant, Philippe Cambie

Additional information

Weight 48 oz
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 17 in