Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 200675cl
Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2006
|Type Of Wine:||sparkling wine|
|Sparkling Colour :||Rosé|
|Vintage:||2006 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Champagne (Champagne, France)|
|Grapes:||Chardonnay, Pinot Noir|
|Type Of Sparkling:||Brut|
Description of Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2006
Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2006 (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir)
- Nose: The bouquet is captivating, mature and deep. A combination between the darkness of spices and cocoa. A majestic fruits: roasted fig and apricot and candied orange. It breathes together with smoky accents.
- Mouth: The amplitude wine extends immediately. The intensity and succulence hold the note, playing with her soft and crunchy side. The silky mouthfeel merges into a smooth, firm and slightly granular structure and vegetable suggestion. Vinosity becomes iodized.
GRAPES: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir.
AGEING: Months in stainless steel.
PREPARATION: It is generally warm and dry, but with contrasts. Although July's heatwave, August is unusually cool and wet. But it's almost September summer character that defines the vintage, drying the few pockets of botrytis and offering maturity above average. Harvest begins on September 11 and lasts nearly three weeks.
PAIRING: Marida perfectly with the simple, modest, pure, authentic and traditional cuisine of southern Europe like Italy, Spain or France.
How to serve
Reviews of Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2006
- On the nose, tropical notes of guava and curry leaf melt away into more classical ones of zest and very ripe stone fruit. Cocoa and toasted spices complement the whole.
- Conditions suitable for making Dom Perignon white vintage do not guarantee the production of a rose.
- The pale salmon colour is achieved by the addition of still red pinot noir wine to a blend of still wines made from pinot noir and chardonnay. The pinot noir wine must be of exceptional quality. The inclusion of chardonnay is important to the character of Dom Perignon Rose, a vital ingredient in producing a wine of perfect balance.
- The two grapes together offer harmony and complexity which is less likely to be achieved in Champagne by either grape on its own.
- Dom Perignon Roses remain a rare commodity due to the small quantities available from each vintage year.