From the San Francisco Chronicle’s “Think pink - a bumper crop of rosé this year” feature story

2012 Val de Mer Bourgogne Rosé (12.5% abv)

Pinks from Burgundy are rare outside the town of Irancy, but Chablis wunderkind Patrick Piuze devised one from 30-year-old vines near Tonnerre, just beyond the southern edge of Champagne. It combines the musky, berryish aspect that Pinot rosé can offer, with almost sweet, crowd-pleasing - yes, from Burgundy! - berry fruit.