Ruinart Brut Rosé NV ($70)
Ruinart, the oldest Champagne house (established in 1729), produces an intensely flavorful, powerful rosé that seems to benefit from those centuries of experience.
2002 Henriot Rosé Millésimé ($80)
In 2002, Henriot, a leading small Champagne house, created this complex rosé: It combines deep earthiness with creamy, delicate berry notes.
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Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Rosé NV ($43)
Though it's a private company, Feuillatte is closely tied to Champagne's largest union of vineyard owners—giving it access to nearly 5,000 acres of vineyards spread throughout the region. Cellarmaster Jean-Pierre Vincent uses a high percentage of Pinot Noir (about 60 percent) to give this robust, strawberry-scented rosé its emphatic character.