"The two sparkling wines should not be missed. They’re both terrific examples of how good sparkling Vouvray can be. Both are 100% Chenin Blanc cuvees. Even better is the slightly richer, more honey and lemon-scented and flavored non-vintage Cremant de Loire. A blend of equal parts Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay aged for a minimum of 18 to 24 months in their cellars before disgorgement, this is a real beauty and a superb wine. Unfortunately, just under 100 cases are imported to the United States."
"Apple, peach, and some spicy, brioche notes all emerge from the NV Crémant de Loire Sparkling Brut, which is medium-bodied, fresh, and lively on the palate. A blend of equal parts Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay, aged 18-24 months, it’s a high-quality Crémant to drink over the coming 3-4 years."
"This half-and-half Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay blend offers ripe apple and honeyed flavors cut with acidity and a touch of almonds. Aged for 12 months before release, the wine is now ready to drink. - ROGER VOSS"
"Lemons and peaches are bright and citrusy aromas. The perky bubbles are firm yet creamy as they dance around the tongue, leaving a trail of chalky minerals. Notes of earthy hay and dried flowers add complexity to this tasty all purpose wine."
- Loire Valley Wines Buyers' Selection (June 2021), 94 pts