90 points/'Outstanding,' Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(from 2 parcels situated in the villages portion of Chapelot). A dollop of wood sets off a ripe mix of both white and yellow orchard fruit laced with nuances of iodine and seashore. There is fine mid-palate density to the intense and saline-suffused flavors that terminate in an agreeably clean and dry finish. This could use better depth but since it always seems to age extremely well, more should develop if giving a chance. Worth checking out. Drink: 2025+. (Oct 2021)"
Bill Nanson (Burgundy Report): "All domaine with some bottom of Montée de Tonnerre is the usual spine of this. A wine with a little barrel elevage in the mix. 1 week in bottle – it won’t be on the market before April. Here there’s more depth of aroma – a citrus-mineral hybrid – and very attractive despite the first suggestion of barrel. In the mouth here is width, mineral width, beautiful texture and fine balance. Faintly oaked but always Chablis – that’s an excellent wine – in a contemplative, elegant and delicious style. (Jan 2021)"