Here is one of the best and most sharply focused non-vintage roses in Champagne. For those that like Bereche's vintage Champagne, here is its cousin, and we wouldn't necessarily say behind at all in quality. A perfect representation of Montagne de Reims minerality with wonderfully elegant rose tones. We've always have had a love for the Godmé family's Rosé, and now with Hugues on his own and 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 exciting wine and a must-try for any lover of Rosé Champagne.
Antonio Galloni 91 points! "The NV Brut Rosé Grand Cru is a gorgeous Pinot-based Rosé. Intensely floral and mineral, with terrific cut, the Rosé Grand Cru has so much to offer. I very much like the transparency and sense of energy here. The blend of 65% Pinot and 35% Chardonnay yields a Rosé of real class and personality. Small red berries, white flowers, white pepper and mint all add closing layers of nuance. Disgorged: January, 2018"