We present one of the world’s most exclusive champagnes – Comtes de Champagne Rose … Despite unfavorable weather conditions, harvest 2004 from the house Taittinger was excellent. In addition to the cold winter and rainy spring, a pleasant summer and rainy autumn period, their harvest was really great and as result they offered us a perfect champagne. Why this story about harvest is so important? Well, because Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rose Millesime 2004 consists of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay.
This mixture is characterized by its freshness and finesse that even the greatest layman can recognize. In preparing this champagne is used every part of the fruit juice and nothing goes to waste, and as a result are a complex aroma and full flavor that everyone feels.
This champagne has a rich pink color. r. The bubbles are extraordinarily delicate and form a wonderfully fine necklace of mousse. The nose is refined, fresh and young, revealing subtle and complex aromas of berries gently combining wild strawberries, morello cherries and blackcurrants. In the background blossoms a hint of fresh almonds and liquorice. The initial fruitiness quickly intensifies on the palate.
The mid-palate is rich and structured, with a tannin tartness reminiscent of blackcurrant and red wine poached pears. The generous finish maintains balance and freshness. Still young, but already possessing great class, Comtes de Champagne Rose Millésimé 2004 has a tannic structure that is becoming rounder and its depth and perfection are still improving.
It is a wine for celebration and ceremony and is an ideal accompaniment for fruit desserts such as strawberries, Tarte Tatin or poached pears.