Dom Perignon remains to be one of the great shining lights of the Champagne industry. Rumours abound about quite how much of the Blanc is actually available but the Rose is undoubtedly available in very small quantities indeed. From a quality perspective there is much to admire as well with the grapes being used being nothing but the best that the region has to offer.
Intense, deep colour, with light hints of amber and copper. The first floral notes immediately give way to black cherry and candied fruit peel followed by cocoa, cardamom and smoky aromas. On the palate, the wine is beautifully structured and well-balanced in a perfect classic style, the different facets of its personality blended into a coherent whole.The fruit flavours are smooth, with surprising body and sparkle. The initial firmness becomes more rounded and creamier with a subtle sweet and sour note of pink grapefruit.