96 points James Suckling: "Aromas of stone, chalk and cooked apple follow through to a full body, with so much sea salt, dried apple and pear character. Extremely long finish. Drink now or hold. Made from organically grown grapes. (6/21/17)"
95 points Luis Gutiérrez (Wine Advocate): "[$140 list] The character of the soils used for the 2014 White Bones Chardonnay is so strong that it marked the wine more than the character of the vintage. 2014 was definitively riper than 2013, but the wine is still incredibly fresh and mineral. The parameters of these whites from Adrianna are just incredible, extremely low pH (around 3) and very high acidity (around nine grams in tartaric), which should provide for longevity. And great freshness and vibrant palates, of course. 2,100 bottles produced. Drink: 2016-2022. (Dec 2016)"
94+ points Stephen Tanzer (Vinous): "[$140 list] Bright yellow. Much more smoky and reduced on the nose than the White Stones, hinting at a grassy quality. Conveys an impression of stronger acidity and less sweetness than the White Stones yet this is creamier in the mid-palate in spite of its terrific cut and texture. The mineral and grassy flavors are accented by an element of orange peel on the back end. Perhaps less sexy today than the White Stones but this wine needs time to express itself and is likely to be long-lived by the standards of Argentine Chardonnay. Extended aeration brought a distinctly minty quality throughout. These vines are planted on crumbly calcaire while the White Stones is on calcaire over stone. Drink: 2019-2025. (Jul 2017)"