95 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): "The sole 2019 Demi-Sec bottling from Domaine Huët hails from the Le Mont vineyard this year. The wine is also outstanding, offering up a very deep and pure bouquet of sweet quince, pear, chalky minerality, lanolin, bee pollen and dried flowers. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, focused and basking in its purity and mineral drive, with a lovely core of fruit, great soil signature, bright acids and superb length and grip on the nascently complex and very promising finish. The extra residual sweetness here seems to simply buffer the youthful spine of acidity more than in the Le Mont Sec out of the blocks, but is really rather gobbled up by the bottomless expression of minerality that defines this wine. This is every bit as superb as the Le Mont Sec in 2019! 2030-2120. (May/Jun 2020)"
95 points Wine Spectator: "[$50 list] Elegant yet expressive and supercomplex, with cooked quince, mirabelle plum and yellow apple notes, plus hints of ruby red grapefruit, the acidity and bitterness balanced by the suggestion of sweetness. Vibrant and unctuous, with the sweet edge emerging midpalate and extending on the mineral-infused finish, which is long, with lovely tension and cut. A very focused, harmonious and pure white. Best from 2022 through 2036. (9/30/20)"
93 points Fine Wine Review: "Understandably quite similar to the Le Mont sec in aromas and flavors, but with a little tropical fruit thrown in. A perfect balance of sweetness and acidity to make this wine silky and sweet with no perception of acidity. It just goes on and on and caresses the mouth. 16.4 g/l residual sugar, 4 g/l acidity. Cork closure. 13.5% stated alcohol. (10/4/20)"