“The 2014 Vin de France Muscat, which comes from the village of Maury and checks in at 10% alcohol and 90 grams of sugar. It has fabulous white peach, lychee, and pineapple characteristics to go with a medium-bodied, clean, crisp and balanced profile on the palate. The sugar and acidity here are perfectly balanced, and it doesn’t get much more easy drinking. Readers need to buy a case of this beauty (there are less than 400 cases sadly) and drink it over the coming year.
Katie Jones continues to fashion brilliant wines from her tiny cellar in the village of Tuchan. The focus here is on low yields, hard work in the vineyards, and straightforward winemaking in the cellar. The results speak for themselves. Her wines emphasize fruit, yet have a purity and seamlessness that sets them apart. I think in almost all cases, these represent superb values and readers need to latch onto a few of these.”
— Jeb Dunnuck / eRobertParker.com