92 points Vinous
"The NV Brut Nature Zero Rosé (2013 base) is bright and finely cut, with tons of energy driving the red berry fruit, floral and chalky flavors. Most of the Tarlant Champagnes are on the richer side, but the Zero Rosé is distinctly taut in feel. Attractive floral and mineral accents liven up the finish. Disgorged: January 31, 2019."
91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"Based on the 2013 vintage and disgorged in September 2018 is the NV Brut Nature Rosé Zero, a pretty wine that offers up aromas of red apples, pear, citrus blossom and warm bread. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, vinous and sapid, with racy acids, elegant phenolics and the mature fruit tones that speak of the late 2013 harvest."
91 points Wine Spectator
"This crackles with laserlike acidity embedded in the expressive profile, which layers an aromatic overtone of ground cardamom, graphite and lime blossom with flavors of wild cherry, toast and pink grapefruit zest. Refined, though still lip-smacking, on the finish. Disgorged January 2019. Best after 2021. 150 cases imported."
Vinous Reverie Notes
50% Chardonnay/44% Pinot Noir/6% Pinot Meunier from organically farmed, hand-harvested estate vines across 63 parcels in 4 villages near Oeuilly in the Vallée de la Marne. The main focus of Benoît Tarlant's approach the rosé is making the perfect Pinot Noir, which makes up nearly half of the wine. Judging the appropriate levels of color, tannin and red-fruit flavors in this part of the rosé base is a crucial challenge, given its high proportion in the final blend and its long aging. The Pinot Noir is destemmed, very slowly pressed, briefly macerated and put into Burgundy barrel for a spontaneous fermentation and 6 months of aging; the Chardonnay is direct-pressed and alos then naturally fermented and aged in barrel. The wines do not go through malolactic fermentation; sulfur is used in tiny quantities during pressing but not afterward. The blending is a barrel-by-barrel, blind-tasting process; given that Tarlants' 60+ parcels are individually vinified, making the choices for both the rosé and white Zéro wines is an elaborate and extensive process. The final blend is typically around 75% current-vintage wine with 25% reserve wine: in the case of the 2013-base rosé, the reserve is barrel-aged 2012 Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. It was bottled in July 2014 and disgorged in 2019; as the name "Zéro" suggests, there is never a dosage.