Dom Pérignon Rosé is made from the purest fruit: the rarest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes in Champagne. The first Dom Pérignon Rosé was laid down in the cellar in 1959 and was then released in 1971.
The wine’s surprising colour is deep and strong, glinting with amber and copper. The amazing paradox is that this rosé wine is never really pink. It owes the depths of its almost oriental highlights to its unique hues. Life is not rosy, but thrilling.
On the nose
The first floral notes immediately give way to black cherry and candied citrus peel, complemented by cocoa and a few smoky accents.
On the palate
The flawless construction achieves a perfect classicism on the palate, dominated by a sensation of balance, consistency and integration. The wine has a surprisingly brilliant and fleshy fruitiness. Its initial solidity becomes more tactile and finally sappy, with a subtly bittersweet note.
0.75, 1.50, 3.00, 6.00 L