92 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): "I am sure that I received this sample as a reward for swinging and missing on the wine in last year’s report, as my sample a year ago showed a bit of aggressive volatile acidity. This bottle on the other hand, is deep, pure and shows no signs of VA. The wine is in the process of closing down, as are so many of the serious 2010 Crus, but its quality is readily evident and I would be delighted to have this superb wine in my cellar to pull out in three or four years’ time. The deep and very precise nose wafts from the glass in a classic blend of red cherries, blood orange, complex herb tones (if I had glaucoma, this is the wine I would be drinking, if you catch my drift...), a beautiful base of soil, vinesmoke, a bit of citrus peel and a topnote of peonies. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and beautifully transparent, with very good mid-palate depth, bright acids, a fair bit of ripe tannin and great focus and balance on the very long and still very primary finish. A fine, low fat example of Morgon that should be absolutely superb with a few years of bottle age. 2014-2035. (Sep/Oct 2012)"
91 points Josh Raynolds (International Wine Cellar): "Vivid ruby. Explosive, highly perfumed aromas of candied dark berries, licorice, violet and minerals. Youthful and intensely fruity, offering densely packed black raspberry and cherry flavors and a velvety texture. Bright mineral and spice notes add energy to the long, sweet, sharply focused finish. I suspect that this will be a slow and graceful ager. (Apr 2012)"
90 points Fine Wine Review: "The Morgon similarly can be drunk with pleasure now but I would guess has more aging potential than the Brouilly. The wine is light, pure, stony, and features dark fruits. (Issue #135/136; 2012)"