95 points Wine Enthusiast
"Disgorged in April 2020, this piercing traditional-method sekt spent roughly five years on its lees developing seductive, smoky nuances of brioche and toast. A blend of 79% Pinot Noir and 21% Pinot Meunier, it's a bracing, invigorating dry sip packed with lemon and tart raspberry flavors. Delicate bubbles and bracing acidity linger long on the finish. Delicious now but should gain earthier, delicately caramelized complexities through the next decade and longer."
93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
93 points Falstaff
"The blend of Pinot Noir and Meunier grapes is very nuanced and tightly meshed and elegant. Fine yeast note, light fruit, citrus notes, some walnut. Clear on the palate with delicate spiciness and the finest perlage. This cuvée does not expand in width but remains focused and mineral-salty acidity. Rich in finesse and with a clear focus."
"79% Pinot Noir, 21% Pinot Meunier. Traditional method. Disgorged January 2020.
Brioche and hazelnut take the centre olfactory stage, with fruit more difficult to discern. Definitely more fleshy and compact than the Marie-Luise, grapefruit, almond and hint of roasted hazelnut are served with a creamy effervescence. Acidity is well integrated to provide a richer mouthfeel. 17/20 points. (MS)"