Antonio Galloni, Vinous - 93 points
Quite rich and intense, yet it also maintains striking translucence. Dried flowers, herbs and spices add aromatic nuance throughout, but, as is often the case, Reflet d'Antan is a wine of texture and feel above all else.
David Schildknecht - 94 points
The intensely pungent aromas of green herbs, toasted nuts, and bittersweet floral perfumes are head-turning. The correspondingly multi-faceted effect on a silken palate is at once piquantly oxidative and coolingly, even refreshingly green herbal and juicily citric. This finishes with awesome persistence and penetration, a wine that you can shake your head over in delighted contemplation for hours, and which will prove terrifically versatile at table. And incidentally, there's no sense of austerity or (too-) obvious dryness here.