92 Points Robert Parker
A particularly good value.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker's Wine Advocate) by Robert M. Parker, Jr. December, 1994
87 Points Robert Parker
Taittinger''s Brut Prestige Rosé comes in a white bottle and is made of 35% Chardonnay and the rest Pinot Noir, including 16% of red wine that gives a delicate tannin structure to this aperitif Champagne. This Champagne comes from the Côte de Bar, Montage de Reims and the villages of Ay and Ambonnay. Red berry aromas on the clear and fruity nose lead to an elegant, dry and refreshing palate with fruity flavors of candied cherries and spicy cherry skin. The finish is stimulatingly grippy and underlines the vinous character.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Stephan Reinhardt. January, 2016
94 Points Tyson Stelzer
With a pretty, medium-salmon hue, this is a rosé that contrasts a pitch-perfect, fragrant
bouquet of rose petals, red cherries and elegant strawberries, with a palate built on a depth of
roast nuts and toast complexity that belies just three years of bottle age. The result is a subtle
and compelling change of mood for this cuvée, more secondary and more intriguing than ever,
culminating in a finish that coasts in unison, evenly harmonising chalk mineral texture with
fine tannin structure. Taittinger’s aspiration with rosé is structure and a little touch of tannin,
and this blend meets the brief with flair.
Source: Tyson Stelzer.
The NV Brut Rose Prestige is gorgeous. It shows lovely length and focus in an understated style that is quite appealing. There is tons of depth to the fruit as the wine opens up in the glass. The Rose Prestige can be enjoyed as an aperitif, but it also has enough body to pair beautifully with a wide range of foods. This is a great version of the house’s Rose. This is Lot L1204SZ07700. Disgorged May 2011 (not indicated on label). Anticipated maturity: 2011-2014. Source: Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) November, 2011 by Antonio Galloni