A blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
"The 2007 Comtes de Champagne Rosé is a total knock-out. Racy and exuberant in the glass, the 2007 wraps around the palate with stunning textural depth and resonance. The 15% still Pinot adds structure and persistence to a creamy, inviting Rosé Champagne that will leave readers weak at the knees. Hints of rose petal, dried cherry, cinnamon and dried flowers meld into the sublime finish. This is about as good as it gets. Wow! Drink 2018-2038." - Antonio Galloni (Vinous), 97 points
"Quite deep rose gold. Ripe tomato nose. Quite a bit of fine tannin. Edgy and lively. Food wine. Still quite chewy. This was the first year when the white was released before the rosé. Drink 2020-2028." - Jancis Robinson, 17.5+ points
"The Comtes de Champagne Rosé is composed of 30% Chardonnay (Grands Crus from Côtes de Blancs), 70% Pinot Noir (Grands Crus from Montagne de Reims, including 15% Pinot Noir from Bouzy, vinified as red wine). It has strawberry, mint, rose petal and cherry notes on the exuberant nose. The palate is racy and creamy, very compact and fresh, with a delicate salty note on the finish." - Decanter, 97 points
"This [Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rose Brut 2007] harmonious rose Champagne offers quiet grace, with a pleasing juiciness to the sleek acidity, framing finely knit flavors of raspberry, peach, brioche and candied pink grapefruit zest. Showing a raw silk-like texture, this caresses the palate through to the fresh, ginger-laced finish. Drink now through 2027. Tasted twice, with consistent notes." - Wine Spectator, 96 points