"Straw green color. Citrusy aromas and flavors of Meyer lemons and oranges, apple custard, and flower bush with a supple, bright, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a silky, interesting, medium-long pear, lime curd, and earth finish with no oak. A tasty and stimulating French white wine that is highly drinkable and applicable."
- Beverage Testing Institute (August 31st 2016), 92 pts Gold Medal - Exceptional - Best Buy
"Wow, the 2017 Côtes de Gascogne Blanc offers a smoking good bouquet of peach, ripe citrus, and exotic lemon notes. This flows to a medium-bodied, vibrant, racy white that’s beautifully balanced, layered, and certainly delicious. The blend is 80% Colombard and 10% each of Ugni Blanc and Gros Manseng, brought up all in stainless steel. It’s a stunning white and an awesome value." - Jeb Dunnuck (March 2019), 91 pts
"Gascony grows most of its grapes for distillation into brandy, but the table wines can be delicious and cheap. This juicy white blend is 80 percent colombard, familiar to wine drinkers of a certain age as the mainstay grape of American chablis. The rest is gros manseng and ugni blanc. You won’t want to waste time contemplating this crowd pleaser, because you’ll want to snag another pour before it’s gone. Alcohol by volume: 12 percent. - Dave McIntyre" - Washington Post (September 2019, Snag this juicy, French white wine for just $9), "EXCELLENT" - "GREAT VALUE"