|2010: 87 Points - Josh Raynolds, Steve Tanzer's International Wine Cellars: "Pale yellow. Lemon, green apple and mint on the high-pitched nose. Dry and wiry, with good clarity to its citrus and orchard fruit flavors. Finishes with moderate length and refreshing bite. On the simple side but there's a lot of clean, juicy fruit here, and you can't deny the bang for the buck, especially in magnum. This would be an outstanding glass pour or carafe wine at a restaurant."
2010: 86 Points - Robert Parker, Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Cotes du Luberon (a blend of equal parts Vermentino, Ugni Blanc and Grenache Blanc) offers a lot of wine for less than $10 a bottle. Fresh, perfumed, crisp, dry and light-bodied with plenty of character, it is a delicious aperitif/bistro quaffing white to enjoy during its first 12 months of life. "