Few Champagne producers are able to combine muscle and intensity with such poise and class the way that Clouet is able to. Out of Clouet's impressive line-up, no wine highlights Clouet's ability to walk the line between power and elegance greater than his rosé. . As Michael Edwards writes in The Finest Wines of Champagne, "It is an intriguingly rich heather color, and primary Pinot aromas leap from the glass, yet the Champagne is admirably fresh, focused and poised." Clouet's Rosé is likely his most vinous and serious cuvée. It is Champagne with gravitas, with the mysterious weight of fine red Burgundy. Not to mention, the red fruit profile and sleek poise. Yet, there is textured chalky minerality that's purely Champagne.