Burghound (BH): 94
"This is quite ripe as there is a discreet hint of exotic fruit to the otherwise more typical aromas of pure citrus, acacia blossom and wet stone scents. The ultra-precise and intense middle weight flavors seem extracted directly from liquid stone and when coupled with the wonderful sense of underlying tension there is a first-rate vibrancy to the gorgeously long and impeccably well-balanced finish. This should be a knockout in time as everything that it needs to be one is here."
Stephen Tanzer (ST): 90-93
"Bright, green-tinged yellow. Aromas of orange marmalade, flint and powdered stone. Rich and round but penetrating, with lovely intensity to the yellow fruit, mineral and floral flavors. Almost deceptively gentle in texture today, but there's a steely spine of acids and minerals here. Seems more consistently ripe than the Batard. Long on the aftertaste, with a firm acid edge. 90-93 points."
Wine Spectator (WS): 92
"The 2010 Chevalier-Montrachet is very pretty. It boasts gorgeous inner perfume and terrific balance. Honey, apricots, smoke, nectarines and vanillin all come together in the glass. There is a plushness, sweetness, and a generosity in the Chevalier that is highly attractive. The seamless, finely-knit finish leaves a lasting impression. Anticipated maturity: 2012+."