Dom Pérignon Rosé
- Champagne, France
The 2006 Dom Pérignon Rosé is instantly seductive. The capitvating bouquet, ripe and profound, is a prelude to an enveloping wave that is at the same time crisp, firm and juicy. The energy - tinged with sensuality and mystery - takes us to the surpising bruny, saline finish. Enwrapped in notes of yeast, this airy expression of matter signs the maturity of the Dom Perignon Rose, 2006.
Vicent Chaperon (Chef de cave) says "The Rose takes us by the hand with an elan that becomes magnetic."
"The 2006 Dom Pérignon Rosé is tightly-wound and austere, with notable aromatic presence and tons of raw intensity that just needs time to fully come together. Interestingly, the Rosé is very different in style and feel than the Blanc. Time in the glass coaxes an exotic melange of black cherry, cranberry, mint and crushed rocks, but ultimately, the 2006 is no mood to show all of its card. Drink 2021-2046." 96+100 Antonio Galloni
"There is the same creaminess and viscosity balanced by saline freshness on the finish, nose has powdered meringue, papaya, rhubarb and raspberries, palate is silken and juicy but fresh, with citrus peel, red apples, red berries, and touch of ginger, evolving seamlessly to a finish which juggles oyster liquor and buttered toast." Tom Harrow, Wine Director
|Grape||Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir|
|Wine Type||Sparkling wines|
|Drinkability||Early in drinking window|
|Food Match||Occasions – Apéritif, Occasions - Canapés & Nibbles|