L’Ecole No. 41 is one of the premier Washington wineries and boasts something few other state wineries can – a twenty-five year track record.
Last month saw the release of two white wines from L’Ecole, the 2007 Semillon - one of the wines L’Ecole is best known for – and the 2007 Chardonnay.
L’Ecole’s 2006 Recess Red will be the subject of our virtual tasting on Monday August 18th.
|L’Ecole No. 41 Semillon Columbia Valley 2007||Nut aromas stand out on the nose. A crisp tartness marked by lemon on the taste. 90% Semillon; 10% Sauvignon Blanc. 14.3% alcohol. 4,680 cases produced.||$15|
|L’Ecole No. 41 Chardonnay Columbia Valley 2007||Toasted oak notes, nut, and mineral on the nose. The wine has a nice weight to it. Overall, a very good effort, although the oak gets ever so slightly in the way at times for my taste. 100% Chardonnay (52% Schmitt Vineyard; 36% Evergreen and 12% Bacchus vineyards).||$20|