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Single Berry Select, a dessert wine made in Woodinville by Chateau Ste. Michelle and Ernst Loosen of Germany, has received the highest rating ever accorded a Washington State wine by Wine Spectator magazine. The "97" score for Single Berry Select, announced this week, also puts it in another special category: No other American white wine has received a higher rating by Wine Spectator in the 25 years the magazine has been rating wines, according to Bruce Sanderson, Tasting Director for Wine Spectator (Phone: 212/684-4224, ext. 648).


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