"One of our favorite rosés in our 2017 annual rosé review, the Michel Thomas Sancerre is a complete wine. Pale salmon in color with a red cherry skin scent, the wine is full in the mouth with clean red cherry flavors. It has good balancing acidity and a lingering, rich finish."
"Pale orange. Vibrant, mineral-tinged aromas of strawberry, orange zest and jasmine slowly develop a hint of herbacity. Dry and focused on the palate, showing very good tension to the bitter red berry and blood orange flavors. Shows a refreshingly bitter quality on the finish, which lingers with strong, stony tenacity."
- Vinous (2017 Rosé Roundup: Drink Now, Drink Later - June 2017), 90 pts
"Showing light red cherry and herbal notes, this Pinot Noir based rosé is densely flavored and balanced, finishing with good length and rich extract. Needs food to show its best. Made with 50% direct press and 50% saignée."
"A lively, complex, herbal Rosé that has tons of sweet strawberry and watermelon fruit, the 2015 Sancerre Rose is medium-bodied, juicy and racy on the palate, with bright acidity and a clean, dry finish. It's a solid meal starter to enjoy over the coming summer months. - Jeb Dunnuck"
- Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (May 2016), 87 pts
"Bright orange-pink. Lively, mineral-tinged aromas of fresh red berries, orange peel and honeysuckle, with a hint of anise building in the glass. Dry and nervy in the mouth, offering vibrant strawberry and orange pith flavors and a suggestion of rose pastille. The floral element comes back on the finish, which lingers with very good spicy persistence." - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar (July/August 2014), 90 pts