95 points Robert Parke's Wine Advocate
“The nose combines warm and aromatic fruit with the coolish elegance and spiciness of weathered slate. On the palate, this is a lush, warm, wide, beautifully textured and concentrated Riesling with a long, intense, aromatic, highly refined and elegant finish.”
94 points Wine Spectator
“Beautifully textured, with nuances of tobacco, cream and fleur de sel, while the core bursts with candied lemon, yellow apple and cardamom notes. This is seamlessly balanced, with vibrant acidity serving as the backbone.”
"It is always rewarding to find terroir in a wine. This Laurentiuslay has quite a bit in common with that of Grans-Fassian: peach, grapefruit and orange. All expertly backed up by stony minerality and made that bit more seductive by a delicately sweet tail of residual sugar. 18/20 points. (MS)"
Vinous Reverie Notes
"The extremely steep slate layer is also ideal for dry wines, because the microclimate allows the grapes to ripen properly and brings a succinct but not too aggressive acidity, so that the harmony of the wine is preserved."