95 points Josh Raynolds (Vinous): "Brilliant garnet. Assertive red berry preserve, cherry and floral aromas are complemented by sexy Asian spice, incense and smoky mineral accents. Shows impressive depth and sharp delineation on the palate, offering spice-tinged red and blue fruit liqueur, cola and spicecake flavors that pick up candied rose and blood orange nuances with air. Finishes extremely long and pure, with fine-grained tannins providing shape and grip to lingering black raspberry and five-spice powder notes. Drink: 2023-2031. (Jul 2020)"
93 points Erin Brooks (Wine Advocate): "The 2018 Pinot Noir Louise Vineyard comes from vines planted in 1993-1995. This iteration was made with 49% whole clusters and was aged 17 months in 55% new French oak. The nose offers concentrated cranberries and rhubarb, blood orange and violet with accents of tobacco and prosciutto. Medium-bodied, the palate is powerful, concentrated, firmly framed and fresh, and it finishes very long and flavorful. It's enjoyable now if you love a fully fruited Pinot, or it will age well in the cellar over the next 3-5+ years. 814 cases produced. Drink: 2020-2026. (Dec 2020)"
92 points Wine Spectator: "A bit taut right now, with youthful tannins that frame dark plum, tarragon and crushed rock accents that build tension on a long finish. Hands off for now. Best from 2022 through 2030. 814 cases made."