92 points Bob Campbell
"Off-dry and quite rich pinot gris with pear, stewed apple, spice, anise and subtle nutty flavours. A hint of sweetness is balanced by refreshing acidity that promotes a drying and lengthy finish. Good value at this price."
90 points Vinous
"Straw-yellow. Perfumed, classic Pinot Gris nose of pear, smoke, apricot and honey. Rich and round in the mouth, with juicy, lively flavors of orchard fruits and honey. The persistent finish is clean and long. A lovely entry-level Pinot Gris that showcases purity and precision. I could drink this by the bucket."
90 points Wine Enthusiast
"The nose of this wine is restrained, just giving away pear and citrus, but the dry palate is concentrated and spiced with almond and marzipan. Ample tone from mouthwatering acidity will make this a huge winner at any table. It has great poise and balance."
Vinous Reverie Notes
"The robe is light golden-yellow with light green reflections of good intensity. The disk is bright, limpid and transparent. The wine shows youth.The nose is marked, pleasant, intense and distinguished. We perceive a dominant of complex, crystallized and fruity scents, Mirabelle, Dante plum and honey with a fine smoky touch. The airing reminds and enhances the previous scents and reveals orange blossom and quince. The healthy maturity of the grapes is excellent and provides a clear and distinguished profile.The onset in the mouth is moderately ample and round. The alcohol support is apparent and full-bodied. The wine evolves on a medium of marked vivacity, with a sparkling note. The range of flavours is in line with that of the nose, still dominated by yellow fruits, Dante plum, Mirabelle, quince, honey and this slight yet complex smoky touch. We can taste a delicate bitterness. The finish has a good length, 8 caudalies, and a frank and persistent liveliness.The structure is rich and opulent. From this range, we can see the really beautiful fleshy and soil profile of the grape variety." ~ M. Pascal Leonetti"Best Sommelier of France 2006"
Twenty Best White Wines Under $20 ~ Forbes
"Glorious nectar at a bargain price. Medium dry, but with a mineral-infused acidity on the finish which makes it perfect for meaty fish like salmon or swordfish, and of course, pork."