We’ve always have had a love for the Godmé family’s Rosé, and now with Hugues on his own and really dialing in a smaller vineyard surface and elevages, things have risen to an entirely different level. The focus and pinpoint precision are amazing. As refined an effort from the Montagne de Reims as we can remember and a crystal clear definition of this hillside terroir. 65% Pinot Noir and 35% Chardonnay, with a cool focused feel, an intriguing mix of stone fruit and light red berry nuances, with that mineral signature crescendoing on the finish. An electric wine and a must try for any lover of Rosé Champagne. Not to be repetitive, but the detail here is just amazing and this has more pedigree and complexity than the vast majority of vintage rose. A sophisticated take with no short of fun. High up on our list for favorite bottles of this year.