NV Taittinger Brut Prestige Rose

Champagne Blend - 750ML
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DC 91 JS 91 WA 91 JD 90 W&S 90 WS 90
DC 91

Decanter, January 2020

2020 Decanter World Wine Awards. Vanilla and red fruit nose. Crisp, refreshing palate with notes of cherry, vanilla, almond, patisserie and a soft mousse.
JS 91

jamessuckling.com, September 2022

Deeper raspberry-colored champagne with aromas of candied strawberries, watermelons, cream and biscuits. Creamy and fruity with soft bubbles and a gentle finish. Made from a blend including 30% of chardonnay with 15% red...
WA 91

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, September 2020

The latest release of Taittinger's NV Brut Prestige Rosé is showing very well, revealing inviting aromas of red berries, plums, orange zest, crisp orchard fruit and freshly baked bread. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy but...
JD 90

jebdunnuck.com, November 2022

The NV Champagne Prestige Brut Rosé is a bold style, with a deep pink hue and a distinctive, fruit-forward red wine profile. Its notes of ripe raspberry, beet root, fresh herbs, crushed roses are followed by a structured...
W&S 90

Wine & Spirits, December 2020

The mild and gentle approach of this rosé brought to mind a range of foods that could accompany it. In particular, the notes of macerated raspberries and wildflower honey with their mineral undertones of limestone would...
WS 90

Wine Spectator, December 2022

A firm rosé, with a creamy mousse and a toasty edge meshed with flavors of strawberry tart, mandarin orange peel, brioche and smoke. Drink now. - AN


Color & Type Sparkling
Varietal Champagne Blend
Country France
Region Champagne
Vintage NV
Size 750ML
Percent alcohol 12%
Closure Cork

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.