Dom Perignon Rosé 2004

DOMP015
The Dom Perignon brand is named after the blind Benedictine monk, Dom Perignon, who was believed to have invented the Champagne process at the Abbey of Hautvillers in France in the early 1700's. Since debunked by history, the brand is now owned by Moet et Chandon and continues to evoke the epitome of fine, deluxe vintage wines and remains sought after for its evocative label and bottle design as well as its rich complex flavours.
Type:
Vintage:
2004
Size:
75cl
Main Grapes:
Grape Mix:
50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay
Genres:
Style:
Brut
ABV:
12%
Producer:
Region:
Country:
France
Sub Region:
Épernay
Body:
Rich, full flavoured and toasty
Drinking Window:
Drink now through to 2022
Closure Type:
Cork

Producer and Tasting Notes


Moët & Chandon

Moet & Chandon's Champagne brand and family were active in Champagne since the 15th century, although the Champagne House Moët et Chandon was not founded until 1743 by Claude Moët. Today it owns 1,150 hectares (2,800 acres) of vineyards, and annually produces approximately 28,000,000 bottles of champagne. Of those 1,150 hectares of rich chalk soil, 50% are grands crus and 25% are premiers crus.

Tasting Notes

Elegance in a glass! Pale pink with a faint orange edge. The nose is powerful and mature - rich with fruit, toast and notes of Alpine strawberry. Long-lasting and ethereal.

Food Matches

Typically a great match with fish - baked or cold, oysters and caviar. If you fancy something different try it with pigeon and beetroot salad!