July Bubbly Club: Chateau Ste. Michelle

Chateau Ste Michelle Luxe Brut ChardonnayChateau Ste. Michelle
Luxe Brut Chardonnay
Columbia Valley, Washington

BUBBLY WINE STYLE

“With delicate flavors of sweet citrus, orange peel, lemon, and herbs, this lively Chateau Ste. Michelle Lux Brut is the perfect accompaniment for a wide array of foods and gatherings.” – Paula Eakin, winemaker

Analysis: 11.5% alcohol / volume
Varieties: Chardonnay
Total Acidity: 0.62 g/100ml
pH: 3.14
Residual Sugar: 1.63 g/100ml
Vintage: Non-vintage
Appellation: Columbia Valley, Washington
Winemaker: Paula Eakin

VINEYARD NOTES:
Premium grapes were sourced from  Washington State’s Columbia Valley.  Like France’s renowned Champagne district, Columbia Valley vineyard sit at a northerly latitude.  Ample sunshine and cool evenings create ideal conditions in developing superior flavor and crisp acids.

WINEMAKING NOTES:
Winemaker, Paula Eakin samples several lots of base wine to create this unique cuvée based on ideal aroma and flavor profiles.  The Chardonnay based blend is created from a consistent house style and aged sur lie for extended time to add texture and depth.  A sweet liquid dosage is added to the bottle balancing the delicate, natural high fruit acids and viscocity, giving Brut its unique style.


Chateau Ste Michelle Lux Brut Rose bottleChateau Ste. Michelle
Luxe Brut Rosé
Columbia Valley, Washington

BUBBLY WINE STYLE

“This beautiful blush hued Chateau Ste. Michelle Sparkling Rosé with delicate flavors of strawberries, sweet orange and berry jam is the perfect combination of crisp acidity and lovely fine bubbles that pairs with almost everything. Enjoy!” – Paula Eakin, Winemaker

Analysis: 12% alcohol / volume
Varieties: Mix of red varietals from more than one vintage are selected to create a consistent style
Total Acidity: 0.62 g/100ml
pH: 3.15
Residual Sugar: 1.61 g/100ml
Vintage: Non-vintage
Appellation: Columbia Valley, Washington
Winemaker: Paula Eakin

VINEYARD NOTES:
Premium grapes were sourced from  Washington State’s Columbia Valley.  Like France’s renowned Champagne district, Columbia Valley vineyard sit at a northerly latitude.  Ample sunshine and cool evenings create ideal conditions in developing superior flavor and crisp acids.

WINEMAKING NOTES:
Winemaker, Paula Eakin samples several lots of base wine to create this unique cuvée based on ideal aroma and flavor profiles.  The based blend is created from a consistent house style.  A sweet liquid dosage is added to the bottle balancing the delicate, natural high fruit acids and viscocity, giving Rosé its unique style.

CHATEAU STE. MICHELLE:
Celebrating more than 50 years of winemaking Chateau Ste. Michelle combines Old World winemaking traditions with New World innovations. Built on the 1912 estate owned by a Seattle lumber baron, the winery’s roots date back to the Repeal of Prohibition.  In 1967 under legendary winemaker Andre Tchelistcheff, a new line of premium vinifera wines was introduced called Ste. Michelle Vintners.  In 1972, the first vines were planted at Cold Creek Vineyard in Eastern Washington. Four years later, Ste. Michelle Vintners built a French style winery Chateau in Woodinville, and changed its name to Chateau Ste. Michelle.  Did you know Chateau Ste. Michelle is one of the few premium wineries in the world with two state-of-the-art wineries, one for red and one for white.  The whites are made at the Chateau in Woodinville, Washington, while the reds are made at their Canoe Ridge Estate winery in Eastern Washington. Learn more >

Chateau Ste Michelle gate entrance

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