93 points Wine Spectator: "[$75 list] A racy red, with pure cherry and strawberry fruit mingling with hay and late summer meadow aromas. The tight structure keeps this focused while it builds to a long, detailed aftertaste. Shows lovely harmony and brightness. Best from 2025 through 2042. 840 cases imported. (2/28/23)"
92 points Kerin O'Keefe (Wine Enthusiast): "This has aromas of oak and toasted nut that come to the forefront while berry and spice stay in the background. Tightly wound and primary, the palate offers raspberry jam, vanilla and licorice alongside close-grained tannins that grip the close. Fresh acidity keeps it bright. 2027–2034. (Sep 2022)."
92 points Falstaff Guide: "Bright garnet red with ruby highlights. Intense nose of sour cherry and rosehip, then some leather, tobacco and forest floor, complex. The palate is delicate with soft tannins, it is harmonious, well-balanced and elegant with a juicy finish. (10/7/22)"
92 points Decanter: "The 2019 Barbaresco displays high-toned aromas of sweet raspberries, rose petals and liquorice that anticipates an open-knit palate with clear-cut flavours of crunchy raspberries and redcurrants. Ripe acidity and well-extracted tannins extend the attractively floral and balsamic finish. Unlike the single-vineyard wines by Ceretto, this entry-level offering undergoes fermentation with selected yeasts. Drinking window 2022-2032 (Nov 2022)."