One of my favorite ways to spend my time.. enjoying a lovely glass of Champagne. I’ve tried so many great brands flavors of champagne so if you’re interested in learning about some great brands right from the source, check out my blog post on The Best Champagne Maisons in Reims, France. Although, with spring and summer quickly approaching, why not enjoy some brighter flavors? Continue reading below to see my picks for the Top 10 Rosé Champagne Wines.
Top 10 Rosé Champagne Wines
Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé
It’s impossible to talk about the BEST Rosé Champagne and NOT mention Billecart-Salmon. This is hands down the most adored Champagne House when you ask sommeliers and those in the industry. I adore it not only because the wines are fabulous, but after visiting Maison Billecart, read about my Billecart-Salmon Maison visit here, and interviewing Winemaker Florent Nys, I have a personal connection to this brand and love all that they do. Watch my interview with Mathieu & Florent on YouTube here.
Check out the Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé on their website here.
Dom Perignon Rosé
You can never go wrong with Dom Perignon, and if you haven’t tried their Rosé, add it to your list to try ASAP. Dom Perignon has become one of my favorites and I’ve fallen in love with their Rosé. You need to try these dark spices, smoky accents, and fruit flavors.
Read about my Visit to Dom Perignon Maison on my blog here.
Me and my host, Dom Perignon Winemaker Nicholas Lane, read about my wine tasting with him.
Krug Brut Rosé
Krug has never disappointed me, they continue to amaze me with their amazing flavors. Their Brut Rosé is delicious with the perfect balance of flavors. Their wines are made by the best of the best, and I’d know since I’ve been able to attend several events with them, as well as visit their Maison. Check out my Evening with Krug Champagne on my blog here.
La Grande Dame Rosé
Veuve Clicquot’s La Grande Dame Rosé is absolutely delicious. I’ve loved visiting the Veuve Clicquot Maison that you can read about here on my blog. There’s nothing better than enjoying this glass of Rosé Champagne with a group of friends on a warm day.
I was hosted for lunch and a wine tasting with Winemaker Bertrand Varoquier, read more about my interview with Bertrand Varoquier here.
Laurent Perrier has an amazing style and consistency combining the traditional and new ways of champagne. The Laurent Perrier Cuvée Rosé is delicious and you have to add this to your list.
What a line up of Champagnes! Read more about my visit to Laurent Perrier and many more Maisons in France on blog featuring the Best Champagne Maisons in Reims, France.
For the wine, rosé, and champagne lovers, Louis Roederer is a must try. A few takeaways about these beautiful wines included their fine bubbles, the beautiful aromatics and also the texture I tasted on my palette. Check out the Louis Roederer website here.
I was able to try the fabulous Louis Roederer Rosé Vintage 2013 during my tour to the Maison. Read about my visit to the Louis Roederer Maison on my blog here.
Another fabulous family-owned Champagne brand I had the pleasure of getting to know is Michel Gonet. Michel’s lovely daughter Sophie hosted me for a tour of their winemaking facility followed by lunch at their downtown Champagne Winery. Read about my lovely visit to the Beautiful Michel Gonet Maison on my blog here. Their Rosé Champagne is definitely one of my favorites.
The Perrier Jouët Rosé Champagne is delicious and comes in the most gorgeous bottle, you almost don’t want to open it. You’re definitely going to want to try this fabulous Rosé Champagne with your close ones. Be sure to take some pictures with your bottle and tag me @JetSettingFashionista!
I enjoyed the delicious Perrier-Jouët Champagne and tried both the white and the rosé champagne, both of which were delicious. The glasses were also truly gorgeous and divine. Read about where I tried this at the Fabulous Brunch at the Four Seasons Lisbon.
Ruinart Dom Ruinart Brut Rosé, 2004
After my first trip to Champagne which included a visit to Maison Ruinart to connect again with Chef de Caves Frédéric Panaiotis who i met an interviewed in San Francisco the year prior, watch that interview on my YouTube Channel here I was beyond thrilled to see this historic Maison, reconnect with Fred and taste their beautiful wines.
Purchase the Ruinart Dom Ruinart Brut Rosé 2004 online here, retail $389.
My guided tasting led by Chef de Caves Frederic Panaiotis. See more here.
Cheers to my spectacular visit and tasting at Ruinart. Read the blog post about Maison Ruinart here.
Taittinger Rosé Champagne
I had to add the Taittinger Rosé Champagne to this list because it is so delicious. Perfect for your dinner get togethers or your summer picnics, you’ll need to have this handy. Check out the Taittinger website here to purchase your own!