92 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): "The new release of the non-vintage Godmé Père et Fils Brut Rosé is outstanding on both the nose and palate. The vibrant bouquet wafts from the glass in a very classy combination of tart strawberries, orange zest, rye toast, smoke, beautiful, chalky soil tones and a distinct topnote of dried roses. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very pure and complex, with an excellent core, bright acids, quite moderate dosage, lovely focus and grip, elegant mousse and a very long, poised and youthful finish. I have had great success aging the non-vintage Godmé Père et Fils Brut Rosé in my own cellar, and I would be strongly inclined to tuck the new release away for a few years bottle age to really let it blossom. It is an excellent wine that will only deliver ever further pleasure with a bit of cellaring. 2014-2030. (Jan/Feb 2013)"
92 points Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(Base wine 2007, 85% pinot noir, 15% chardonnay). An elegant, airy and highly expressive nose speaks of raspberry, cherry and strawberry aromas that give way to equally refined and pure flavors that evidence a very fine mousse on the utterly delicious and focused finish. This exceptionally attractive effort offers only moderate complexity but it is so refreshing and seductive that it’s quite tempting to drink a lot of this quickly! Drink: now. (Jan 2012)"