Wine Enthusiast 90
"Inspired by the whites of northern Italy, this is a one-of-a-kind wine in the state: a cofermentation of Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Moscato. Petroleum jelly, green apple, melon and a whiff of tropical fruit lead to bone-dry flavors that stretch out on the finish. A lively sense of acidity accents it all. Best Buy. –Sean Sullivan"
Aromas of ripe apple, sliced pear and white flowers lead to tart, lighter-side-of-medium-bodied fruit flavors. Spices notes fill out the finish. It delivers easy-drinking enjoyment and is very varietal.
These eponymous wines reflect the Bieler Family’s deep commitment to the most distinct vineyards in Washington State. Not just to the land but to the meticulous process of caring for the vines and ushering them to the pinnacle of their potential. Their approach is mindful and deliberate; a love letter of sorts to the grit and passion that every great wine demands. Scouring the region for the perfect vineyard blocks, and co-fermenting different varieties to craft a seamlessly integrated blend. Bielers don’t cut corners; because the easy way out isn’t nearly as interesting.
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Bieler Pere et Fils
Continuing the reputation for great-value wine that he built with his family over 13 years at Chateau Routas and the last three years with Three Thieves, Charles Bieler has been creating this delicious Provençal rosé for the last 5 years: Bieler Père et Fils Rosé.
Bieler Père et Fils is an homage to Charles's father, Philippe, who ushered he and his sister Mira into the wine business in the mid-1990s. This particular bottling was named after Charles's daughter, Sabine, who was born in 2005, the year of the wine's inaugural vintage.