89-93 points Fine Wine Review: "The Beaune-Grèves, one of the new additions from the Thomas-Moillard acquisition, has floral red fruit aromas, good grip in the mouth, and plenty of depth to its strawberry flavors. (Issue #115; 2007)"
89-91 points Allen Meadows (Burghound): "Brilliant ruby. A spicy red berry fruit and earth-inflected nose leads to delicious, generous, sappy and borderline lush medium-bodied flavors that retain a fine sense of detail and plenty of sap on the mouth coating and persistent finish. This is very Beaune while retaining the classic underlying sense of reserve often found in a fine Grèves and 6 to 8 years should see this at or near its best. 2011+. (Apr 2007)"
90 points Stephen Tanzer (International Wine Cellar): "[$82 list] Good deep red. Subdued but pure aromas of cherry and minerals. Intensely flavored and fresh, with harmonious acidity giving lift and life to the middle palate. Finishes firmly tannic and long, with mineral and spice notes providing grip. (Mar/Apr 2008)"