This is the same base wine as Yellow Label, with the addition of 12 percent red wine to boost the color and the wine’s depth of wild raspberry flavor. It’s Burgundian-rich, a pinot noir as a serious Champagne with complexity, muscular structure and vinous length of spicy fruit.
Aromas of crabapple, orange peel and dried strawberries. Full-bodied, layered and very flavorful, yet there's a creamy texture and a bright and vivid finish. Shows energy. VCP does excellent rosé. Drink now.
A harmonious rosé, with crunchy acidity well-meshed to the lacy mousse and minerally, smoke- and stone-laced underpinning, forming a fine frame for the flavors of ripe white cherry and pink grapefruit zest, accented by a touch of whole-grain toast. Drink now. (AN)
A very similar blend to the yellow label, this rosé includes 12% red wine for colour and added fruit character. Veuve Clicquot claims to be the first Champagne house to have commercialised a rosé, and the style has certainly become a success. The palate features some tightly wound baked apple and red fruit flavours, with a touch of red wine tannins bringing food-friendly structure. Try with duck or a rare tuna steak. (JB)
The latest rendition of the NV Brut Rosé 200 ans offers up aromas of smoky red berries and red apples, followed by a medium to full-bodied, well-balanced, charming palate that's open-knit and giving, exhibiting a frothy mousse and a brief but nicely defined finish. (WK)
This soft wine has a light texture and a relatively high dosage. That gives the strawberry flavors a shot of sweetness while keeping some attractive acidity in place. The bottling is ready to drink. (RV)
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