When Dom Pérignon champagne is made rosé, it is in the name of daring: the daring to break free from the conventions of champagne making, to constantly push back the limits of creation.
Born from this desire to dare, Dom Pérignon Rosé captures the red of Pinot Noir in its original radiance and captures its complexity in a reckless and assumed blend. Developed over nearly twelve years of slow and controlled transformation in the cellar, Dom Pérignon Rosé is intense and spontaneous, clear and dark, magnetic.
The vinosity is invigorating, the initial richness grows and asserts itself, more physical, solid, and structured. The length is remarkable, vaguely licorice and on the juicy bitter of blood orange.