Dom Perignon - Vintage Rose 2003 - Champagne 75cl Bottle

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Dom Perignon - Vintage Rose 2003
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Conditions suitable for making Dom Perignon white vintage do not guarantee the production of a rose.

The pale salmon colour is achieved by the addition of still red pinot noir wine to a blend of still wines made from pinot noir and chardonnay. The pinot noir wine must be of exceptional quality. The inclusion of chardonnay is important to the character of Dom Perignon Rose, a vital ingredient in producing a wine of perfect balance.

The two grapes together offer harmony and complexity which is less likely to be achieved in Champagne by either grape on its own.

Dom Perignon Roses remain a rare commodity due to the small quantities available from each vintage year.



Category(s):     Champagne
Group(s):     Champagne Gifts ,   Rose Champagne ,   Vintage Champagne
Producer: Moet & Chandon   -   www.moet.com
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   Champagne
Brand:   Moet & Chandon
Champagne Style:   Brut Rose
Colour:   Rose
Country of Origin:   France
Region:   Champagne
Vintage:   2003

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Producer Information

The company dates back to 1743 when Claude Moet began shipping wines from the Champagne region of France to Paris. The reign of Louis XV coincided with an increased demand for sparkling wine. Moet expanded rapidly and by the end of the eighteenth century was exporting the drink all over Europe and to the United States.
Claude's grandson Jean-Remy Moet brought the house to international prominence catering to such elite clientele as Thomas Jefferson and Napoleon Bonaparte. Chandon was added to the company name when Jean-Remy Moet turned over half the company to his son Victor Moet, and half to his son-in-law Pierre-Gabriel Chandon de Briailles in 1832.
Following the introduction of the concept of a vintage champagne in 1840, Moet marketed its first vintage in 1842. Their best-selling brand, Brut Imperial was introduced in the 1860s. Their best known label is Dom Perignon, named for the Benedictine monk fondly remembered in legend as the "Father of Champagne".
Moet & Chandon merged with Hennessy Cognac in 1971 and with Louis Vuitton in 1987 to become LVMH-Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the largest luxury group in the world, netting over 16 billion euros in fiscal 2004.

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