CHAMPAGNE Nicolas Feuillatte For five straight years in the early '90s, the owners of Nicolas Feuillatte urged chief winemaker Jean-Pierre Vincent to make a vintage rosé. But Vincent demurred; his experiment with such a cuvée in 1989 had not been encouraging, and although the house already made a non-vintage rosé cuvée, Vincent was unsure if the premium-quality rosé Champagne he envisioned could be achieved.
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