Taittinger   Comtes de Champagne Rose

2004 Comtes de Champagne Rose

By Taittinger

2004 Comtes de Champagne Rose from Taittinger

Subtle nuances of refinement and complexity mark the 2004 Comtes de Champagne Rose from Taittinger. This vintage is a testament to a year that granted the Champagne region an unhurried growing season, resulting in an equanimous balance between fruit and acidity.


Class Personified: A Noteworthy Investment

The 2004 vintage, a blend of primarily Pinot Noir with an influential infusion of Chardonnay, positioned this wine as a delectable asset in any investor's portfolio. Taittinger has acquired the reputation as one of the reliable producers for wine enthusiasts looking for consistency, elegance, and complexity.

In many ways, this vintage epitomizes the timeless character of the producer. It strikes an enviable harmony between subtle fruity undertones of wild strawberries and more mature notes like toasted almonds on the palate.


The Quiet Gracefulness of 2004

The Northern European climate in 2004 witnessed cool spring months leading up to a warm summer, instilling a unique maturity into the wines mothered by the year. The mild climatic conditions fostered slow ripening - a catalyst in creating full-bodied wines with impressive longevity.

In Taittinger’s case, gentler aging has only lent added charm to their 2004 Comtes de Champagne Rose. This vintage bottles an almost elusive elegance within its roseate depths.

This intricate interplay of vivacity and complexity journeying through the progression of tasting notes has rendered the 2004 Comtes de Champagne Rose from Taittinger an enchanting serenade to lovers of fine wines. As its richness unfurls on your senses, so does its standing enhance in contemporary vino investments. In conclusion, relishing the sophisticated notes of this wine is akin to sipping on liquid elegance — a poetic toast to life's grandeur.

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Taittinger's 2004 Brut Comtes de Champagne Rosé is showing brilliantly, bursting from the glass with an expressive bouquet that mingles aromas of rhubarb compote, red plums and spices with notions of dried white flowers, pastry cream and toasted brioche. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, broad and vinous, with impressive depth and chalky structure, succulent acids and a long, precise finish. While the 2004 Comtes Rosé is drinking beautifully today, it is evolving comparatively slowly by the standards of this classically balanced but somewhat rapidly evolving vintage, and it should offer immense pleasure for the better part of two decades.

William Kelley - The Wine Advocate, 30 August 2019

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