'More discreet wood treatment frames restrained and cool aromas of plum, black cherry, earth and the same interesting hint of spiced tea. There is terrific delineation to the equally mineral-driven flavors that possess a bit more muscle on the serious, moderately austere and strikingly persistent finale. This is a classic Guettes, which is to say it is presently very backward and compact and like the Lavières will definitely require at least some patience to unwind and resolve some of the firm tannic spine. Drink: 2024+'
92 points - Allen Meadows, burghound.com