Food & Drink
The 10 Best Rosé Champagnes
If you're drinking pink, make it a good one.
IMAGE COURTESY
Comments

Rosé isn't just for the summer. Here are the top pink champagnes to drink all year long.

Veuve Clicquot Brut Rosé


$36.99 (375-ml half-bottle) [P1,882.42]

Bollinger Limited Edition Brut Rosé 2006


$149.97 (P7,631.97)

Krug Brut Rosé


$159.99 (375-ml half-bottle) [P8,141.89]

Chartogne-Taillet Champagne Brut Le Rosé


$65 (P3,307.85)

Taittinger Brut Prestige Rosé


$68.99 (P3,510.90)

Ruinart Brut Rosé


$89.99 (P4,579.59)

Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2005


$299.97 (P15,265.47)

Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial


$144.99 (1.5-liter magnum) [P7,378.54]

Champagne Armand de Brignac Brut Rosé


$449.99 (P22,899.99)

Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé


$169.99 (1.5-liter magnum) [P8,650.79]

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

Prices are based on the conversion rate of $1 = P50.89.

Comments
View More Articles About:
About The Author
Sam Dangremond
View Other Articles From Sam Dangremond
Comments
Latest Stories
 
Share
 
Share
 
Share
Unfortunate circumstances have plagued the owners of these valuable stones.
 
Share
Christina Hendricks, Diane Lane, and John Slattery all appear in the clip!
 
Share
After lives marked by glamour and tragedy, the Bouvier sisters embraced their second acts in New York City.
 
Share
Josh Boutwood's highly anticipated fine-dining, tasting-menu-only restaurant is set to stun in an intimate new space starting August 21.
 
Share
The cast and music work together to create an absolute spectacle onstage, overshadowing any of its minor flaws.
 
Share
The family has owned the most celebrated property in Bordeaux for 150 years and now 31-year-old Saskia de Rothschild will be the youngest person to lead a Bordeaux first growth estate and the first woman chair of Domaines Barons de Rothschild.
 
Share
Her resume includes everything from fashion design to professional badminton.
 
Share
Bought as a prize for surviving the Holocaust, the haute-bohemian villa on the Cote D'Azure was where socialite Francine Weisweiller entertained everyone from Jean Cocteau and Picasso to the Agnellis and Yves Saint Laurent.
 
Share
She's styled as The Duchess of Cornwall instead.
Load More Articles
CONNECT WITH US