Charles Heidsieck Brut Rose 2006 (750ML)
Critic Scores, Reviews & Descriptions
94 WA / 94 WS / 94 JS
94 The Wine Advocate: Charles Heidsieck's 2006 Brut Rosé (with 10% Pinot Noir red wine) has been launched before the 2005. Disgorged at the end of 2014, the wine offers a delicate and intense wild strawberry flavor with some lovely spicy aromas on the nose. Ample, full and round, this is a lovely matured Rosé with a super intense and aromatic Pinot character (sweet cherries, red berries). The finish underlines the great complexity, purity and finesse of this vinous Rosé. There are cherry aromas again in the long aftertaste. An impressive Rosé. - Stephan Reinhardt
94 The Wine Spectator: This focused rosé Champagne offers a mousse with the texture of raw silk, which swathes the firm frame in layers of roasted hazelnut, baked peach, toasted brioche and crème de cassis flavors, with a rich and smoky underpinning and accents of candied kumquat, espresso and ground ginger and cumin that expand on the finish. Drink now through 2030. 120 cases imported. - Alison Napjus
94 James Suckling: Some riper and extremely creamy red cherry and strawberry fruits on the nose, with vanillin and plenty of pastry, too. The palate has an assertive, fleshy and expressive texture. Poached strawberries and peaches hold long with a gently tart pink grapefruit kick. Drink now.