Dom Perignon


Dom Perignon Rosé Vintage '04|Vintage Rosé

Winemaking

Winemaking


Red Wine Pinot Noir

Foods

Foods


Toast

Stone Fruit

Stone Fruit


Tamarillo

Citrus Fruit

Citrus Fruit


Citrus

Red Fruits

Red Fruits


Pomegranate Strawberry

Herbs & Spices

Herbs & Spices


Spice

Florals

Florals


Rosehip

Reims

Reims

What to expect


- Dom Perignon Rosé 2004 is a tribute to Pinot Noir

- 30% pinot noir white wine and 30% pinot noir red wine, 40% chardonnay

- Pairs beautifully with pigeon breast accompanied by a roasted brioche and rhubarb.

On the palate the attack is quite smooth with a clear-cut finish. The wine is full of texture, intensity and has prolonged and unexpected hints of green citrus, specific to this vintage.

The Dom Perignon Rosé Vintage 2004 is particularly fresh on the nose, with notes of red fruits such as red-currants, wild strawberries and hints of ripe hay, blood orange and cocoa.

This full-bodied champagne is one of a kind and is certainly one of Dom Perignon's most intricate champagnes. 2004 was a great year for vines: steady, problem-free vegetative growth with a copious amount of sizeable grape clusters. Fortunately enough, the vines barely suffered from any extreme weather changes, with a month of August that remained quite cool for that period of the year. The dry heat of the final weeks have truly shaped this vintage. 

 

$499.99

Club Price $474.05 (?)

Winemaking

Winemaking


Red Wine Pinot Noir

Foods

Foods


Toast

Stone Fruit

Stone Fruit


Tamarillo

Citrus Fruit

Citrus Fruit


Citrus

Red Fruits

Red Fruits


Pomegranate Strawberry

Herbs & Spices

Herbs & Spices


Spice

Florals

Florals


Rosehip

What to expect


- Dom Perignon Rosé 2004 is a tribute to Pinot Noir

- 30% pinot noir white wine and 30% pinot noir red wine, 40% chardonnay

- Pairs beautifully with pigeon breast accompanied by a roasted brioche and rhubarb.

On the palate the attack is quite smooth with a clear-cut finish. The wine is full of texture, intensity and has prolonged and unexpected hints of green citrus, specific to this vintage.

The Dom Perignon Rosé Vintage 2004 is particularly fresh on the nose, with notes of red fruits such as red-currants, wild strawberries and hints of ripe hay, blood orange and cocoa.

This full-bodied champagne is one of a kind and is certainly one of Dom Perignon's most intricate champagnes. 2004 was a great year for vines: steady, problem-free vegetative growth with a copious amount of sizeable grape clusters. Fortunately enough, the vines barely suffered from any extreme weather changes, with a month of August that remained quite cool for that period of the year. The dry heat of the final weeks have truly shaped this vintage. 

 

About the house 

About the house 


Journalist review

This iconic house posses the name of the man who is believed to be the god father of Champagne. Lead by enigmatic winemaker Richard Geoffroy, he has continued to prove that he is a force to be reckoned with and has been turning out great vintages and even far more superlative second release cuvees in the P2 range.  Geoffroy believes that champagnes age in plenitudes. This super talented winemaker has a theory that champagnes in the wine-makers cellars head off on a period of change and development then reach a plateau before heading off on another journey of increased complexity and development. As such, great vintages of Dom Perignon are held back in the cellar with the yeast inside the bottle to allow the wine to take on another stratosphere of complexity and depth. Enter P2 - a wine that must be enjoyed at least once in your lifetime and more if you can justify it!   

Journalist review


"At 30%, this represents one of the highest doses of pinot noir red wine in a blended champagne rosé, up from 17-20% in the past, in line with Geoffroy's mandate to create more substantial style. One year after release it upheld tamarillo, blood orange, rose hip, pomegranate and strawberry exuberance. But in more recent tastings, two years after release, its hue has deepened to a medium crimson copper and its primary fruits have evolved to a more secondary and savoury demeanour  of toast, mixed spices, liquorice and pipe smoke. The reductive style of the house speaks in flinty complexity. As fruit fades, the textural grip and bitterness of phenolic structure and not insubstantial pinot noir tannins are now more prominent on the finish, declaring that it has past its finest days. It nonetheless holds outstanding persistance and character." Tyson Stelzer - The Champagne Guide (2018-2019)