KESSLER Rosé sparkling wines owe much of their fame to a letter from Queen Olga of Württemberg, in which Her Majesty graciously tasked KESSLER as Purveyor to the Court with producing a Crêmant Rosé for her. This salmon-pink sparkling wine, originally reserved for the Court, would very soon take over high society in the 19th century. The first Rosé trend was thus born. Recently, it has been celebrating a glittering comeback, and KESSLER is already taking part in it with three product lines: first, there is the KESSLER Rosé brut, then there are regularly produced, limited-edition vintage sparkling wines such as the KESSLER Réserve Rosé de Pinot brut 2011, and now we have the KESSLER Hochgewächs Rosé brut, an exquisite blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Even today, Rosé undoubtedly remains one of the greatest passions of the House of KESSLER. ”As a Rosé lover, I’m pleased that we’ve managed to keep this tradition alive, and were able to continue creating new rosé sparkling wines,” says Anne Katrin Schlipf, sommelier at KESSLER Sekt.