90 points Wine Enthusiast
"From a vineyard named after the chalk-white stones, this wine has plenty of minerality. It also has a ripe, full character that gives richness and a texture that is moving towards softness. Likely to age well, the wine will be better from late 2020."
Vinous Reverie Notes
As opposed to the “Silex” (flint) minerality in the area, this is pure expression of limestone terrain (Les Pierres Blanches: white rocks). Tasting Notes: Aromas are subtle and include mild lemon, white flowers, citrus blossoms, and hints of acacia and honeysuckle. Flavors include white peaches, apricot, pear, green apple, and clover honey. There is good balance, medium body, refreshing acidity, and a slightly nutty finish. Food Pairing: would include crab, scallops, oysters, clams, sea bass, grilled and braised tuna, lobster bisque, seafood salads, shrimp Louis, wienerschnitzel, pork tenderloin, grilled chicken, creamy chicken and vegetable curries, grilled vegetables, and rich and hard cheeses.