Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rosé 2003 (6x750mL) Champagne, FR.

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The Comtes de Champagne Rosé Millésimé 2003 is a Champagne of great dimensions and remarkable balance of structure, vinosity, framework and fruity, fine and delicate aromas.

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Expert Reviews

"One of the truly outstanding champagnes, this 100% chardonnay sourced only from grand cru sites is stylish and elegant. With its ultra-fine bead, it's super fresh with citrus, mineral and floral notes. Extraordinary length and superbly balanced." Jane Faulkner, Sydey Morning Herald, (5/12/2009)

"A delicately fine and supremely elegant wine with minerally citrus aromas leading to a palate that is light and precisely balanced. One of the great champagnes. Rating -97 - Ray Jordan, West Australian (5/12/2009)

Winery Tasting Notes


A slightly amber, rosewood colour. The exceptionally fine bubbles give a delicate but extensive necklace of mousse.


The nose, very fine and elegant, is reminiscent of blossom, rose and violet petals and subtle fruity scents of raspberry and pear and a faint touch of fresh almond in the background.


The first impression on the palate is fresh, complex and fine. Its mid-palate delivers delicate flavours of raspberry compote and pears in wine in harmony with a degree of vinosity.The finish, still fine, is long, structured and balanced.

Food Matching

This is a wine for ceremony and celebration, the perfect accompaniment to all fruit desserts such as a simple bowl of strawberries, tarte Tatin or roast pears.

Grape Varietals

Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rosé Millésimé 2003 is a blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay.

Winemaking Notes

The Pinot Noirs grapes, some of which (12%) are converted into red wine, come from the grands crus of the Montagne de Reims. From the Côte des Blancs (classed as 100% “Grands Crus” on the scale of Champagne crus), the Chardonnay grapes give the blend finesse and freshness.

In order to achieve the structure and longevity so essential to this exceptional Champagne, only the juices from the first pressing are used. Ageing for at least 5 years in the cellars allows the complexity of the aromas to develop and rounds off the structure of the Comtes de Champagne Rosé.

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Winery Profile

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Taittinger is one of the last remaining family-owned Champagne houses. In 1931, Pierre Taittinger purchased the historic Champagne house, Forest-Fourneaux, and a year later re-named it Champagne Taittinger.

Revered by critics all over the world, Champagne Taittinger is the very definition of French sophistication, elegance and finesse.

Located in the great regions of wine growing Champagne , the Champagne Taittinger vines cover 288 hectares evenly distributed over 34 different vineyards , which include some of the appellations finest . With varietals consisting of 50% Pinot Noir , 15% Pinot Meunier and 35% Chardonnay , the Taittinger vineyard is an unsurpassed expample of the Houses own style , in which Chardonnay plays such a significant role.

The Vineyards own production is supplemented by contractual acquisition of grapes from independent suppliers operating the finest vineyards in Champagne.

In proportion to its size , Taittinger is amongst the great Champagne houses , one of the growers with the largest supply from the Cotes des Blancs , the preferred place of origin of the Chardonnay grand crus.

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