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Moët Hennessy’s latest rosé Champagne releases

Moët Hennessy’s line-up of rosé Champagnes encompasses a range of vintages and styles. We review the current releases, from entry-level to the prestige cuvées including Krug, Dom Pérignon, Ruinart and Veuve Clicquot.

Rosé Champagne may be seen as a frivolous choice by many wine lovers, with an inevitable spike in sales around Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day (yes, it’s this coming Sunday in the UK).

But Champagne giant Moët Hennessy takes it very seriously indeed.

Scroll down for tasting notes and scores from Moët Hennessy’s latest-release rosés including Krug, Dom Pérignon, Ruinart and Veuve Clicquot

The group has invested a considerable amount in rosé over the past couple of decades, and it now makes up 20% of production for its Moët & Chandon brand – in comparison, rosé accounts for 10% of production in the Champagne region as a whole.

See the tasting notes and scores for Moët Hennessy’s latest-release rosé Champagnes

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