Wine Spectator, 95 points: Extravagant, yet balanced and refined, with lush, crisp brioche, fresh ginger
and spice, roasted hazelnut and Asian pear flavors that fan out on the
lengthy finish. Drink now through 2020. From California.—T.F
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 94 points: Another big-time winner, and one of their larger cuvées of just over 9,000 cases is the 2012 Brut Rosé. This is a blend of 76% Pinot Noir and 24% Chardonnay, of which 33% was barrel fermented. This wine is ripe, broad...
Wine Spectator, 93 points: Seamless and silky, showing an almost effortless sense of complexity, with notes of lemon and pear paired with toasty brioche,
fresh ginger and hazelnut details. Drink now. — T.F.
Wine Spectator, 92 points: A luxurious sparkler, with toasty brioche, mineral and lemon
brûlée aromas and rich, complex flavors of crisp apple and
raspberry, showing accents of fresh ginger and spice. Drink now
through 2017. — T.F.
Wine Spectator, 91 points: Refined and vibrant, with floral strawberry and yeasty almond aromas and plush, layered lemon curd and vanilla spice flavors. Drink now. 9,450 cases made.
Wine Spectator, 93 points: Dynamic yet elegantly refined, with expressive Asian pear, raspberry and
toasted spice flavors that build vibrancy toward a long, steely finish. Drink
now through 2019. — T.F.
Wine Enthusiast, 91 points: Broadly defined in honeysuckle, peach, brioche and moderate acidity, this is a crowd-pleasing and immensely likable sparkling wine. The finish lingers on a deep, nutty tone.
Wine Spectator, 90 points: Vivid aromas of passion fruit and strawberry lead to lively and layered nectarine and spice flavors that taste like summer. Drink now. 5,900 cases made.
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