Anne, Marc and Matthieu Wassler are grower-producers in the village of Blienschwiller, 40 kilometers south of Strasbourg, the capital city of Alsace. Their Crémant d'Alsace Rosé is pinot noir made in the style of Champagne: secondary fermentation in the bottle (for 15 months here), followed by disgorgement to clear the wine. Tart red berries and wet rocks in the nose; crazy fresh fruit, a hint of pinot-earthiness, and rippin’ acidity in the mouth. It’s clean, pure, bone dry, and immensely refreshing. These pink bubbles are an excellent way to launch any meal, accompany any brunch (especially with salmon), or finish the evening with some cheese.