92 points Wine Spectator
"This expressive rosé shows a ripe and juicy mix of pureed raspberry and blood orange pâte de fruit, with accents of toast, candied ginger and ground anise set on a dry, chalky frame. Rich and focused. Try this with canapés."
90 points Wine & Spirits
"A rosé made from pinot noir, including some still pinot noir for color, this wine has the terse bitterness of blood oranges—one panelist compared it to an Aperol spritz. Searing acidity gives that citrusy fruit a hard, limestone edge. A savory Champagne to serve with country pâté."
Vinous Reverie Notes
Jean Laurent is the third‐generation owner at the estate, but his family has been growing wine in the tiny village of Celles‐sur‐Ource for centuries. With a strong commitment to sustainable agriculture and an almost fanatical devotion to quality, Champagne Jean Laurent has emerged as of the top grower‐producers in the Côte des Bar. Tasting Notes: apricot and nectarine aromas on the nose. Fine bubble. Food Pairing: Excellent with game or rich meats such as duck, it can stand up to richly sauced dishes.