94 Points - Joe Czerwinski (robertparker.com)
It's a testament to the power of the fruit that the 2015 Reveur Pinot Noir spent 19 months in 40% new French oak and yet emerged with such profound purity and freshness. Hints of tea and roses add complexity to ripe cherries and clean compost, which infuse the palate from front to back in richly textured layers of flavor. It's medium to full-bodied, with plenty of tannin, yet it remains approachable and should drink well through at least 2024.
94 Points - Campbell Mattinson (Wine Front)
Pinot noir from the Coal River Valley. 250 dozen produced. From one of the most interesting and individual producers in the land. A sure-footed, confident wine. Oak and fruit, both served plush, with the acidity and tannin to march it in certain fashion from start to finish. You feel like you’re in good hands. Cherry-plum, foresty notes, pine and cedarwood. Needs time to settle and integrate but the hallmarks of quality are well and truly established.