NV Taittinger Brut Prestige Rose
Champagne Blend - 750ML
  • JS 91
  • IWC 90
  • JG 90
  • WA 90

Reg: $59.94

$56.94

This product is
out of stock

Reg: $59.94

$56.94

This product is
out of stock

Contact us Wine consultation

JS 91
James Suckling - jamessuckling.com, October 2017
Orange zest, peaches and grilled nectarines on the nose. The palate delivers a gently spicy kick, with more strawberry and raspberry. A real riot of fruits. Drink now. - Nick Stock
WS 90
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, November 2014
Firm and spicy, this chalky rosé shows tightly knit flavors of black raspberry and cherry fruit, fresh ginger and pink grapefruit zest, with hints of honey and almond skin. Drink now through 2018. – AN
IWC 90
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2015
Light orange-pink. Cherry, orange zest and fresh rose aromas show very good clarity and energy. Sappy red fruit flavors display a spicy quality, picking up energy and a floral nuance with air. Concentrated, vibrant and... Light orange-pink. Cherry, orange zest and fresh rose aromas show very good clarity and energy. Sappy red fruit flavors display a spicy quality, picking up energy and a floral nuance with air. Concentrated, vibrant and precise, finishing on a zesty mineral note, with lingering spiciness and firm grip. -- Josh Raynolds
JG 90
John Gilman - View From The Cellar, October 2016
90+ The current release of Taittinger’s non-vintage “Préstige Rosé” is composed of a blend of fifty percent pinot noir, thirty percent chardonnay and twenty percent pinot meunier, with fifteen percent of the blend... 90+ The current release of Taittinger’s non-vintage “Préstige Rosé” is composed of a blend of fifty percent pinot noir, thirty percent chardonnay and twenty percent pinot meunier, with fifteen percent of the blend being still pinot noir from the villages of Ambonnay and Bouzy. The wine is aged sur latte for three years prior to disgorgement. The wine is a beautiful salmon color and offers up a vibrant bouquet of cherries, blood orange, rye toast, a touch of clove, a fine dollop of soil and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, crisp and very wellbalanced, with a fine core, pinpoint bubbles, bright acids and impressive length and grip on the vibrant and still fairly youthful finish. This cuvée has a fine track record for aging, and though it is very tasty today, I would not hesitate to tuck it away in the cellar for a few years and really let it blossom! 2016-2030+.
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2017
Taittinger's intensely colored NV Brut Prestige Rosé is a blend of 35% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay and 25% Pinot Meunier (with 30% Reserve wines) that gets its raspberry color from 15% red Pinot Noir still wine sourced in... Taittinger's intensely colored NV Brut Prestige Rosé is a blend of 35% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay and 25% Pinot Meunier (with 30% Reserve wines) that gets its raspberry color from 15% red Pinot Noir still wine sourced in the Montagne de Reims. Displaying raspberry and strawberry paté flavors on the subtle but aromatic nose, this is a very delicate, fresh and elegant Brut Rosé with a round but stimulatingly dry and finely grippy finish. It's not meant to be disparaging when I mention that some fruit drops flavors on the nose and finish and note it's toward the border of what I taste as dry. Tasted in November 2017 from a bottle that was said to be disgorged on February 15, 2017, after almost three years on the lees, with a dosage of nine grams per liter. - Stephan Reinhardt
Color & Type Sparkling
Varietal Champagne Blend
Country France
Region Champagne
Vintage 9998

Winery

Taittinger

In 1932, Pierre Taittinger, captivated by the Champagne region and by Chateau de la Marquetterie, developed a champagne business with his brother-in-law Paul Eveque. His son Francois took the torch 13 years later, making improvements to both the cellars and the vineyards. Step by step, he established the Taittinger brand as one of the great Champagne houses, known for its Chardonnay-dominant cuvees and in particular, the prestigious Comtes de Champagne.

Taittinger was sold to US investment group Starwood in 2005, but was bought back by the family a year later. Today, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger has built a team to embark on a new adventure in the spirit of conquest and continuity, including the production of sparkling wine in the English region of Kent.