90 Points - Wine Review Online | “For something different, it's always wise to turn to Bonny Doon and see what tricks winemaker Randall Grahm has up his sleeve. Gravitas is pretty much a white Bordeaux-style blend, except for the small splash of Orange Muscat (2.5 percent) that lends a floral note. The majority of the composition is Semillon and Sauvignon blanc. The wine is crafted in a soft, round, approachable style that emphasizes the fig and melon character of the Semillon. The Sauvignon delivers aromas of grapefruit and citrus as well as a bit of minerality and acid backbone. Delicious and delightful; a superb summer sipper." - Robert Whitley
Dan Berger's Wine of the Week, “One of the finest ‘concept' wines I have ever tasted, it’s intended to be White Bordeaux in disguise—circa 1980! ... If you understand and love old-style white Graves, you will like this wine. The only thing Randall Grahm didn’t say on his superb back label is that this wine probably will be best with 5 to 10 more years in the cellar!"