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  • By Antonio Galloni
    9th Annual Wine Dinner and Auction to Benefit The Mount Sinai Hospital (Feb 2012), (See more on Vinous...)

    (Dom Pérignon Dom Pérignon Rosé (magnum)) Subscribe to see review text.
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Vinous

  • By Antonio Galloni
    Checking in on the 1996 Champagnes (Sep 2010), (See more on Vinous...)

    (Dom Pérignon Dom Perignon Rosé) Subscribe to see review text.

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Vintage Tastings

  • By John Kapon
    Happy New Year 2012 - Juhlin Takes New York, 1/11/2012 92 points

    (Dom Perignon Rose) The Dom Perignon Rose was also quite grassy, rusty and polished but tight and unyielding. Connoisseurs of Dom Perignon don’t regularly drink it after 1976, although the Rose might get more credit when younger.

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  • By Richard Jennings
    4/1/2011, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 94 points

    (Moët & Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Pérignon Rosé) Light medium pinkish orange color; tart blood orange nose with a sense of sauteed mushroom, showing a little reduction initially; tasty, intense, youthful, medium-plus bodied, tart blood orange, tart cherry, tart pink grapefruit palate; long finish
  • By Richard Jennings
    4/3/2010, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 93 points

    (Moët & Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Pérignon Rosé) Light salmon orange color; reduction, tart tangerine, green orange, mineral, tart strawberry nose; tight, tart strawberry, tart orange, mineral palate; medium-plus finish 93+ pts.

Vintage Tastings

  • By John Kapon
    Hong Kong Killers, 2/5/2010 93 points

    (Dom Perignon Rose) The 1996 Dom Perignon Rose was consistent with all my previous experiences. Very dry, citrusy and tangy, it has the potential to blossom, but it is a bit mean at the moment. I do not think it is in the elite category of DP Roses, and I would rather have many, many other 1996s before this, at least for now (93).
  • By John Kapon
    Hong Kong Diaries, 10/4/2009 93+ points

    (Dom Perignon Rose) Surprisingly, some liked the 1996 Dom Perignon Rose better. The nose was all alcohol and acidity at first, but rusty red fruit tried to fight through along with a pinch of grass and almost melon. This is a wine that needs time; it was rusty and clean but very lean, tight and unyielding. It came across with more brute strength than the Salon, and it did open up in about an hour showing hints of exotic fruits, ginger, lime rickey and citrus peel. Its last sip reminded me of strawberry lime soda(93+).

Sommelier Journal

  • By Catherine Fallis, MS, ACWP
    August 2009, (See more on Sommelier Journal...)

    (Dom Pérignon Rosé) Light pink with amber highlights, this wine has aromas of fraise du bois, cherry, white peach, toasted almonds, smoke, and earth. On the palate, it displays the classic, light-bodied, delicate style of the house. Flavors match the aromas, the bead is fine and beautifully integrated, and the finish is soft and smooth.
    Winery Spotlight: Dom Pérignon

Vintage Tastings

  • By John Kapon
    La Paulee 2009, Part III, 3/7/2009 93 points

    (Dom Perignon Rose) How about another pair of distinguished bubblies? The ’85 Dom Rose was so much more open than the 1996. It seemed more than ten years between the two. I have always loved the 1985 although this one hinted at a faster evolution than I last recall; the 1996 is very wound, a bit tart and not as racy as other 1996s. We shall see how it develops.
  • By John Kapon
    La Paulee 2009, Part IV, 3/7/2009 93+ points

    (Dom Perignon Rose)

Sommelier Journal

  • By Catherine Fallis, MS, CWP
    July 2008, (See more on Sommelier Journal...)

    (Moët & Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Pérignon Rosé) I absolutely love DP in the great vintages such as 1996—it’s refreshingly frilly and lacey, not heavy or somber. The current release is a light pink with amber highlights and aromas of fraise des bois, cherry, white peach, toasted almonds, smoke, and earth. On the palate, it fits the classic, light-bodied, delicate style of the house. Flavors match the aromas; the bead is fine and beautifully integrated, and the finish is soft and smooth.
    The Shifting Landscape of Champagne

Vintage Tastings

  • By John Kapon
    New Years Eve 2006, 1/12/2007 93 points

    (Dom Perignon Rose) was no match for the Salon. Wendy called it ‘a disservice’ to serve this after the Salon. There were light rose and pink grapefruit aromas. It had some intensity and length to the palate, lots of acid but a softer character of flavor, and lots of dirty earth flavors on the finish as well, much like the’75 and ’66. It just didn’t stack up to the Salon

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