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Community Tasting Notes (14) Avg Score: 90.5 points

  • Disgorged 2018. On Day 1, this was on the steely and linear side, with plentiful grapefruit and blood orange. After a few days in the fridge with a stopper, the fruit moved toward wild strawberry and white peach, with a much softer mouthfeel. A very impressive rose Champagne with good aging potential.

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  • Clean, rich and ripe...this rose champagne drinks well above its price point. Terrific blend of berry notes with strawberry and raspberry jumping out. Balanced, smooth and delicious. Am going to buy some more!

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  • First wine I’ve had that tasted intensely of blood orange. But not going to lie this is not my favorite rose champagne. Felt a little clunky.

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  • Busting into our reserve Rosé Champagnes during lockdown. I’m a bottle away from Soda Streaming a Rosé wine.

    Nose of ripe; black cherries, black raspberries, strawberries, leaner watermelon, tangerines, yellow peaches & white citrus blend. Grey minerals/volcanics, sea fossils, sea spray, just a whiff of white spice, baguette crust, bread dough, fruit chewing gum, warm toast, cashew w/o salt with pink florals & pink rose pedals.

    The palate is, lively, rich, nicely knitted & juicy. Ripe; black cherries, black raspberries, strawberries, leaner watermelon, tangerines, yellow peaches & white citrus blend. Grey minerals/volcanics that are quite piercing, sea fossils, sea spray, white spice with medium heat, baguette crust, bread dough, light caramel, fruit chewing gum, warm toast, cashew w/o salt with pink florals & pink rose pedals. Nice fresh, lively acidity. The finish is lush, elegant, well balanced and persists minutes with gripping mineral & spice driven finish.

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  • Retail $70. 100% Pinot Noir. Made by the saignée method where the juice is bled off of the skins after a period of contact, imparting the rosé color. Fairly dark in the glass for a rosé champagne with lovely cherry, citrus, and yeasty aromas. On the palate, this is a delight as well, with juicy fruit, a high level of tartness, and a long, bright finish. While this is not a "bargain" champagne, it is a fine rendition of the genre. thedrunkencyclist.com

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