"Cramant, a picturesque hillside town south of Epernay, derives its glories from the fact that it is surrounded by the best Chardonnay vineyards in all of Champagne. Driving along the roadway, looking into vineyards delineated by stone markers indicated the ownership of the various blocks is like reading a roster of the Who's Who of Champagne. This wine is clean, subtle, stylish, freshly yeasty with rich layers of baked goods and is entirely elegant as a Blanc de Blancs should be. Its mousse is creamy and features tiny bubbles, and its long, bright, vital flavors follow the aromas in style and carry an unexpected extra bit of intensity.
"Score: 90 Points, The Connoisseurs' Guide.