Vintage Rosé Champagne is richer than non-vintage fizz, and is the perfect choice if you want to celebrate a special year. Only made in superior vintages, quality is consistently high, and at typically less than twice the price of non-vintage equivalents, they usually represent excellent value.
Moët & Chandon's Grand Vintage Rosé Champagne 2004 was first released in 2013. The 39th vintage rosé they have released since 1920, 2004 was a fantastic year, a high yield of grapes helped by a warm summer and good rainfall. This has notes of blackberry, fig and dried spice and has a cépage of 45% Pinot Noir, 31% Chardonnay and 24% Pinot Meunier.
Bollinger's Grande Annee Rosé 2004 is a blend of 68% Pinot Noir (6% of which is still red wine) and 32% Chardonnay. This is always a stunning pink fizz and the 2004 is no exception. Another fantastic effort from James Bond's champagne house of choice.
A magnum of 2002 rosé – a good year for Moët, producing rich and intense wines including this pink edition from the vintage. The blend is 51% Pinot Noir (of which 22% is still red wine), 28% Chardonnay and 21% Pinot Noir. This was bottled with a lower than usual dosage of 5.5 grams per litre of sugar.
The 2004 vintage of Perrier Jouët's always excellent rich and fruity rosé, presented in the usual painted bottle. With a cépage of 50% Pinot Noir, 45% Chardonnay and a dash of 5% Pinot Meunier, this is a champagne with real elegance and finesse.
The 2004 vintage Belle Epoque Rosé from Perrier Jouët. A historic house, who made their first vintage in 1825, they are today recognised as a top quality producer with delightfully painted labels. With notes of red fruit and especially a pomegranate undertone, this is delightful on its own or with seafood.
A 2000 vintage rosé champagne from Dom Perignon, packaged in a box and bottled designed by director David Lynch, famed for his work on films such as The Elephant Man, Eraserhead and Lost Highway, as well as the groundbreaking TV series Twin Peaks. We still think Dune was his best film, but many disagree...
A dazzling pink fizz from Dom Perignon. Firm, dry and stuffed with raspberry and strawberry flavours. 1996 was a great year for Dom Pérignon across all the cuvees and it shows here. This is rich and full bodied with a spicy finish, just delightful.
A bottle of legenday pink champagne, Dom Perignon Rosé, from the 2002 vintage. Receiving a massive 98 points from Antonio Galloni on erobertparker.com, this is complex and elegant and is in no rush to be drunk.
This is restricted to a maximum of THREE BOTTLES per customer.
A bottle of legendary pink champagne, Dom Perignon Rosé, from the 2002 vintage, with the special luminous label. Receiving a massive 98 points from Antonio Galloni on erobertparker.com, this is complex and elegant and is in no rush to be drunk.
A magnum bottle of legenday pink champagne, Dom Perignon Rosé, from the 2002 vintage. Receiving a massive 98 points from Antonio Galloni on erobertparker.com, this is complex and elegant and is in no rush to be drunk.<