Wine Spectator 92 points: Beautiful texture. It's difficult to pinpoint the individual flavors, so well is this put together, but fresh berries and graphite come to mind, along with flowers and citrus. Very complex, with a long, lingering aftertaste.
Wine Enthusiast 91 points:
The palest of rosÚs inside the pinkest of bottles. It is deliciously dry, packed with tight acidity, only hinting at red fruits, a wine that shows crispness, freshness, but also a good weight of ripe citrus and red currant fruits.
Wine & Spirits 90 points:
This pinot noir-based rosÚ is extremely pale in color and intensely flavorful, offering notes of sub bois, wild currants and game. It's austere and direct, an elegant country Champagne to serve with tea-smoked duck.
Lanson Rose Label has a beautiful pure color with pale salmon touches. Aromas of roses and fruit predominate, with discrete notes of red berries. The initial impression is tender, well-rounded and fresh. This wine has harmonious balance and good length on the finish.
Delicious served with fresh red berry desserts or simply on its own.