Light-bodied and fresh, this open-knit rosé shows subtle notes of strawberry, almond biscotti and candied lemon zest, with a chalk-tinged finish. Drink now. 8,000 cases imported.
90 points, Wine Spectator (Nov 2014)
More overt in its fruit than the typical French bottling and a bit closer to the California model, Feuillatte’s Rosé tilts top cherries and plums with a suggestion of juiciness beneath its very proper yeast veneer. It is more crisp than creamy, and it is enlivened by a strong but refined mousse, and, while it is crafted in a more obvious style than most of its Gallic kin, it is tasty stuff and very much succeeds in its aims.
88 points, Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine (Dec 2013)