“…aromas of citrus, mineral and floral notes. It’s creamy smooth on the palate with flavours of honey, lemon curd and notions of grapefruit pith. An easy-going, exceptional-value sipper…” 90 points. --Vic Harradine, Winecurrent.com, July 2018.
“…loaded with orchard fruit (apples and pears) and ending with a finishing crisp acidity suggesting food more than sipping… It's refreshing for summer and is unoaked.” 89 points. ---Dean Tudor, Gothic Epicures, July 2018.
“…self-proclaimed "pinot grigio" alternative was never more truthfully written than in reference to this 2017 aligoté. Surely no one knows aligoté like the Bosc family and yet even they could not have seen this peachy, melony, fleshy and ripe one coming. … crisp, aromatic and marched along by natural acidity. It seems sweet but trust me it's not. It's the long-hung, fully phenolic fruit and higher pH talking. Waxy finish too, bringing an added note of complexity. Very cool.” 89 points. --Michael Godel, winealign.com, July 2018.
“Un aligoté sur le fruit, dans l'ensemble, avec des notes de pomme et quelques éléments végétaux qui sont loins d'être désagréables, une bonne texture en bouche et une finale plutôt croquante. Distinctif, comme toujours, avec de la personnalité.” 89 points. --Remy Charest, winealign.com, July 2018.
“This Aligoté is so true to itself. Uncomplicated and fresh with direct tart apple fruit, citrus tang and a pleasant leafy pip to a solid medium texture.” 88 points. --Brent Muller, winealign.com, July 2018.
“One does not see much aligoté outside Burgundy (and not much within Burgundy, for that matter). Think of this one as an alternative to unoaked chardonnay, or as the winery likes to consider it, a pinot grigio alternative. Crisp, medium-bodied and clean, it offers notes of green apple, pear, lemon and a stone-like aromatic quality. A cheerful warm-weather sipper.” 88 points. --Beppi Crosariol, theglobeandmail.com, August 2018