2020: James Suckling: 95/100 "Absurdly strong for a village wine, this has a truly mind-boggling nose of exotic fruit (star fruit, passion fruit and mangosteen) and tropical flowers. A dry white essence of the muscat grape with lightning strike freshness that dazzles with its concentration and delicacy. Nature is strong! Drink or hold."
2019: James Suckling: 94/100 "Very impressive, grapefruit and muscat nose that’s deep and subtle. Stunning concentration and excellent harmony with some positive tannins supporting the fullish body beautifully. Long and refined finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold." | Robert Parker: 91/100 "The 2019 Haardt Muskateller is very clear, fresh and coolish on the mineral nose, with delicate minty aromas. Juicy and fresh on the palate, this is a well-structured and quite intense Muscat with refined, elegant acidity and a well-balanced, stimulating finish with black olive aromas. Tasted in April 2020 (barrel sample)."
2018: RESTAURANT WINE® Issues #190-193: 4+/5 stars "The Muskateller is very aromatic and intensely flavored (jasmine, lime, rose petal, clove, dried fig, green leaf, tobacco), well balanced, and very persistent on the finish. Warrants modest aging, but is delicious even now. Organic. [2021-2023]"
2017: James Suckling: 92/100 | restaurantwine (Ronn Wiegand): 5/5 stars - "The Muskateller is excellent: extremely distinct in character (rose petal, jasmine, lime, litchi nut, straw, tobacco), medium full bodied, intensely flavored, crisp, and very long on the finish. Very fine quality; warrants modest aging."
2016: James Suckling: 91/100 | Antonio Galloni (vinous): 92/100 | Restaurant wine (Ronn Wiegand): 5/5 stars
Gault Millau: "In good years the Muskateller bone dry [produced by Müller-Catoir] is unrivalled in the Pfalz (and thus also anywhere else)"