• Vintage 2004
  • France France France

Dom Perignon Brut Rose

Extremely rare. The ultimate Rose?
750 ml/12.5% ABV, Cork Closure
  •   Grape Blend
  • Colour Rose
  •   Style Brut
  •   Size 750 ml
  •   ABV 12.5 %
  •   Closure Cork
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    All deliveries will be made within 4 working days of an order being placed. For example if an order is placed on Monday then goods will arrive on Thursday at the latest. An order placed on a Thursday will be delivered by the following Tuesday latest. Deliveries hold a standard charge of £7.50 and a next day charge of £12 unless otherwise stated. Next Day deliveries must be placed with us by 12 noon.

Wine Profile

  •   Grape Blend
  • Colour Rose
  •   Style Brut
  •   Size 750 ml
  •   ABV 12.5 %
  •   Closure Cork

Tasting Notes

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.

The 2003 Season had an unusually harsh, dry winter, the severe frosts from the 7th to 11th April devastated the grape crop. This was followed by the hottest summer in 53 years. Any grapes that miraculously survived the frost and hail were then subject to scorching heat. However, the grapes harvested were mature and healthy, and comparable to those of the legendary 1947, 1959 and 1976 harvests. The intensity is unique and paradoxical, hovering between austerity and generosity.

96 Points Robert Parker

  • Description
    The 2003 Season had an unusually harsh, dry winter, the severe frosts from the 7th to 11th April devastated the grape crop. This was followed by the hottest summer in 53 years. Any grapes that miraculously survived the frost and hail were then subject to scorching heat. However, the grapes harvested were mature and healthy, and comparable to those of the legendary 1947, 1959 and 1976 harvests. The intensity is unique and paradoxical, hovering between austerity and generosity.
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