2004 Dom Pérignon Brut Rosé Champagne

SKU #1206675 96 points Vinous

 The 2004 Dom Pérignon Rosé has put on remarkable weight over the last year or so. A rich, voluptuous wine, the 2004 Rosé hits the palate with stunning depth and resonance. The flavors are bold, rich and beautifully resonant from start to finish. Raspberry, cranberry, smoke, spice and crushed rocks build to the stunning, powerful finish. Vinous and ample, the 2004 Rosé will drink well for decades. The 2004 just keeps getting better with time in bottle. (AG)  (7/2015)

96 points Wine Spectator

 *Collectibles* There's power to this vivid rosé Champagne, harnessed by a silky texture and a sense of finesse. Mineral-driven, with a rich, smoky underpinning, this offers an expansive palate of puréed raspberry and apricot preserves, with hints of candied kumquat, marzipan, graphite and star anise. Drink now through 2030. (AN)  (12/2015)

95 points Wine Enthusiast

 This is a very fine wine with considerable bottle age. From its orange-pink color to its mature toast and almond flavors, this complex wine is much more than the fruit that has merged with the secondary flavors. Light tannins and a crisp texture are balanced by the softness that comes from the relatively high dosage. The wine, beautifully mature, is ready to drink. (RV)  (12/2015)

Jancis Robinson

 Mid to pale orange rose (as in the flower) colour. Apparently the proportion of red wine was the highest ever, 27% of the blend. Notably opulent rose-petal nose. Very broadly fruity and deep flavoured with massive palate impact that surely has the power to mend sore throats. Beautiful smooth satin texture. ‘We squeezed everything out of this vintage', said Richard Geoffroy, ‘we really worked hard on it'. This is a great wine that happens to be pink. It’s not remotely sweet but is beautifully round and complete. I have suggested it was probably delicious two years ago but in fact it had only just been released. 19/20 points  (1/2015)

K&L Notes

I had a chance to drink a preview bottle, and the Champagne is spectacular. The red wines used to make this rosé are the best I have ever tasted in Champagne, and composed of Pinot Noir from the Grand Crus of Bouzy and Ay as well as the 1er cru of Hautvillers, the location where the Dom's abbey is situated even today. The exact blend is proprietary, but Chef de Cave Richard Geoffroy explained to me that the spirit is about half-and-half Chardonnay and Pinot Noir for all Dom Perignon. Given that they do a short 8-10 day maceration on the red wines to reduce tannin, the percentage of red wine is very high—Jancis Robinson reports 27%—as the color is solid wild salmon pink. (Gary Westby, K&L Champagne Buyer)

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By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/26/2015 | Send Email
I had this magic Champagne with a mushroom tart that Cinnamon made. The combination of morel and brown mushrooms worked perfectly with this wine, which has always made an excellent partner to savory food… You can check out past pairings of the 2002 and 2003 on the blog. I find the magic in this rose aromatically; Christmas spices, dark cherry fruit, fresh baked pie crust and a hint of chalk. This open aroma gives way to flavors that are so elegant, laid back and subtle that it would be impossible to tire of drinking it. All the virtues of the classic 2004 vintage are here; finesse and ease as well as bright acidity and near infinite minerality on the finish.
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