Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate
Even better is the 2009 Pinot Noir En Famille. Aromas of strawberries, black cherry jam, forest floor, rhubarb, pomegranate, crushed rock and smoke are followed by a beautiful Pinot that should drink nicely for a decade. This exceptional group of wines is limited in quantity (from a low of 125 cases to a high of 400+ cases for several of the Chardonnays) cuvees. This is the visionary project of Luc Morlet, a Frenchman who worked for Peter Michael and still consults there with his brother, Nicolas.