Taittinger Brut Prestige Rosé - Carlo Russo Wine & Spirit World
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Taittinger Brut Prestige Rosé

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Taittinger Brut Prestige Rosé
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SKU 17020


This cuvée is a vibrant pink color with fine bubbles and persistent foam. The full and wonderfully expressive nose delivers aromas of crushed raspberries, cherries and black currants that lead into crisp, fresh red fruit flavors on the palate. Velvety and full-bodied, this wine is lively, fruity and fresh. A delicious, fragrant aperitif, the wine is also a subtle accompaniment to fruit desserts, including fruit tart, fruit salad and red fruit crumble.
Category Sparkling Wine
Region France, Champagne
Brand Taittinger
Alcohol/vol 12%
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Wine SpectatorRich and toasty, this harmonious rosé offers a creamy mousse and a lovely array of pureed blackberry, plum tart, toasted brioche, crystallized honey and lemon parfait flavors. Bright and focused, with a graphite- and spice-laced finish. Disgorged November 2014. Drink now through 2020. 1,000 cases imported.

Alison Napjus, October 15, 2015
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Wine EnthusiastLight orange-pink in color and with a good sense of some bottle age, this rich wine is full of berry fruits, red currants and acidity. It is soft, a result of the usual high Taittinger dosage, giving a wine that's fruity, just hinting at toast and ready to drink.

Roger Voss, December 1, 2015
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Wine AdvocateIncorporating 15% red wine from Ambonnay and Bouzy, Taittinger's deeply salmon-colored NV Brut Rose Prestige L13575P00500 is scented with red raspberry and cherry whose exuberantly juicy freshness is complemented by distinct sweetness. A hint of geranium in the nose and welcome touches of refreshing lime and saliva-liberating salinity in the modestly sustained finish complement what is otherwise a simply - albeit attractively and generously - fruity essay in its genre, and one I would enjoy young.

David Schildknecht, November 2013