Oz Clarke, 2019: "This must be one of the best value Sauvignons in Britain because it’s bursting with self-confident leafy lime-y, green apple-y freshness." Highly Commended: The Wine Merchant Top 100, 2019. Daily Express, Sisters are brewing it for themselves, March 2021:“A lovely dry white from winemaker Christine Cabri of Plaimont Producteurs, a cooperative in South-West France, this sauvignon blanc is crisp, zesty and fresh, bursting with flavours of lime, cut grass and just a hint of gooseberries. An absolute steal at the price.” Portsmouth News, May 2021, The Best of Sauvignon Blanc: "...a slightly more restrained wine from south-west France, a region until recently not readily associated with this grape. I think this is brilliant value for money and it worked beautifully with new-season asparagus." S Magazine, Sunday Express, May 2022: "From vineyards traditionally associated with Cognac production, this is a lively, bright Sauvignon with high acidity and lime and grapefruit notes. Zingy and dry." Jamie Goode.