At the end of the 17th Century, Dom Pierre Pérignon stated his ambition to create ‘the best wine in the world’. Ever since, the House of Dom Pérignon has perpetuated this visionary approach instilled by its founder, one that remains a hallmark of true luxury: the constant reinvention of the exceptional. The 2003 Dom Pérignon Rosé is one of the latest releases from this famous Champagne house and is another great example of their mission to create the ultimate expression of the best vintages in Champagne. The 2003 vintage is one of superlatives: a year like no other, defined by extremes. The vineyard was first touched by severe spring frosts and then by an unparalleled heat wave. The vintage of a perfectly ripe and healthy small harvest, is thus the most precocious since 1822. This Vintage Rose comprises of 65% pinot noir and 35% chardonnay. The color is deep, with light amber and copper tints. The nose incites a burst of richness and complexity. Ripe fruit at first, then fig and strawberry as the wine breathes and grows, revealing guava, violet and vanilla. Palate is concentrated and remarkably well-defined. The fullness is structured, rich. The silky, spicy material very gradually disappears into mineral, iodine, salty finish.
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