Dom Pérignon Rosé 2006

Rose bubbles and nice elegance.

(94+ Points)

Vincent Chaperon wine maker explained that 2006 had been “consistently warm throughout the vegetative period, the only exception to this was a cool and moist August. But the sun came back in September and we had four weeks of beautiful weather.” While this gave an “embracing, creamy, unctuous texture” to Dom Pérignon Blanc, it gives “structure” to the Rosé. “There is this enveloping texture but on the mid-palate the structure is looming.” For the 2006 Rosé, Chaperon said, his two guiding terms are “Impulsion” and “Magnetism”: the wine is “driving you into a dark and profound direction.”

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