92 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): "The domaine’s 2013 Montée de Tonnerre is excellent and by a pretty good margin, the strongest of the premier crus this year. The minerality is really very impressive for the vintage, as the wine wafts from the glass in a blend of apple, clementine, a fine base of chalky minerality, paraffin, a bit of anise and the first signs of the lemon oil that comes with maturity in this bottling. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, pure and beautifully focused, with a fine core, quite racy acids for a 2013 and lovely length and grip on the excellent finish. This will drink early by the high standards of Domaine Raveneau Montée de Tonnerre, but this is an excellent success for the vintage. 2016-2030. (Nov/Dec 2014)"
92 points Stephen Tanzer (Vinous): "Pale, bright yellow. Tangy aromas of orange, lemon, crushed stone and smoke. Fine-grained and deep, displaying lovely depth to its citrus and floral flavors. Showing a bit more oak than most of the other 2013s, as the Raveneaus used what Bernard described as "younger old barrels" to age this wine. In an essentially fruity, supple style, finishing with good energy and fresh herbal lift. Drink: 2018-2024. (Aug 2015)"
92 points/'Outstanding,' Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(from several parcels totaling 2.5 ha with two-thirds of it in Chapelot and the remainder in Pied d'Aloup). Along with the Blanchots this is the most floral wine in the range with its elegant nose of pear, apple, spice and soft apricot nuances that exhibit just enough Chablis typicity to be persuasive. There is a lovely sense of vibrancy to the delicious and very rounded medium-bodied flavors that possess fine depth and excellent length on the mouth coating and powerful finish. While not quite at its usual level this is certainly a fine effort in the context of the vintage. Drink: 2020+. (Oct 2015)"
92 points La Revue du Vin de France: "This year, there will be no Chapelot: indeed, the low volumes produced have forced the winery to blend it with Montee de Tonnerre. The latter has a nice juice, full and opulent, but remains very typical on the finish. (2016)"