L'Ecole No 41 Columbia Valley Semillon 2018 - Station Plaza Wine
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L'Ecole No 41 Columbia Valley Semillon 2018
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L'Ecole No 41 Columbia Valley Semillon 2018

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750ml
$19.99
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Category White Wine
Varietals
Region United States, Washington, Columbia Valley
Brand L'Ecole No 41
Alcohol/vol 14.5%
A refreshing Semillon with vibrant fruit and balanced acidity, this wine shows pretty citrus blossom accented by layers of honeysuckle, melon, apple, spice, and lemon zest persisting through a clean, succulent finish. Few Semillons show their richness and complexity as those produced in the distinctive soils of Eastern Washington State. Our cool nights during the growing season and harvest period help to ensure crisp natural acidity and expressive aromatics, making this a wonderful food pairing wine.
Wine Enthusiast
  • we91

Generous aromas of fig, kiwi and freshly spun cotton lead to a full, flavorful palate that brings a sense of texture and richness. It stretches out on the long, warm finish.

Sean Sullivan, April 1, 2020
Jeb Dunnuck
  • jd90

The medium gold-hued 2018 Semillon offers a ripe, concentrated style that carries lots of stone fruit and honeyed white flower aromatics as well as a medium-bodied, textured, beautifully balanced style on the palate. It's another terrific Semillon from Washington that does everything right. It's not the most complex white out there, but it's a screaming deal at the price. It will shine on the dinner table.

April 15, 2020
Wine Spectator
  • ws89

Fleshy and supple, with delicate accents of beeswax and apricot that linger on the finish. Drink now. 4,150 cases made.

Tim Fish, August 31, 2020
Wine Advocate
  • wa87

Beginning with nutty aromas and bruised apple skin on the nose, the 2018 Columbia Valley Sémillon wafts with notions of peanut shell and macerated peaches. Medium to full-bodied, the wine is open-knit and ready for consumption and ends with a lingering finish that exhibits elevated alcohol, leaving me wanting more acidity.

Anthony Mueller, October 22, 2020