Tasting note: Champagne Rosé “Philippe Starck”, Brut Nature, Louis Roederer, 2015

Comments = I love this rosé Champagne, purity of fruit and aromas, precision of acidity and bubbles, aromatic complexity. We can only thank Louis Roederer, Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon and Philippe Starck for FINALLY offering us a Brut Nature Champagne rosé of this quality and precision. I can only recommend it, especially since it still has good aging potential.

Final Grade = A

Tasting note: Domaines Ott, Chateau Romassan, Rosé, 2022

Comments = I really like this great rosé from Bandol focused on finesse and elegance with characteristic notes of the dominant Mourvèdre grape, a slight solar side, a nice tension on the palate which complements the acidity of the wine. Many nuances in the mouth and a long and complex finish. A very beautiful rosé to enjoy convivial and sunny moments around Mediterranean cuisine

Final Grade = A-

Tasting note: ‘Clos Canarelli’, Rosé, 2022

Comments = Here is a rosé that has everything of a gastronomic wine: finesse, delicacy, aromatic nuances, precision and a very good aroma-acidity balance. All with a deep and quite long finish on the fruit with delicate touches of spices and thyme. A very beautiful wine which is likely to change many preconceived ideas about rosé wines.

Final Grade = A-