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Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2005

Playful, Vibrant, Seductive

This 2005 rosé Cham­pagne blurs the lines between the young and the aged, with the taste of the Pinot Noir grapes expressed in every clear, vibrant note.


This vin­tage hits the palate with the scent of gua­va and cur­ry leaves, only to melt into the more famil­iar, clas­sic zest of ripe stone fruit. It fin­ish­es with notes of cocoa and toast­ed spices to round off the sym­pho­ny of scents. It is a rich, brac­ing wine, more pow­er­ful and struc­tured with every swal­low. It ends with a touch of licorice on a back­drop of juicy, bit­ter-sweet blood oranges.


The Dom Pérignon Rosé 2005 has an exceed­ing­ly fresh acid­i­ty to it, with a vibrant struc­ture that makes it a won­der­ful pair with ele­gant seafood dish­es and nut­ty, earthy sides such as lan­goustines with hum­mus, or raw sal­ad veg­eta­bles like aspara­gus paired with a spoon­ful of deca­dent caviar. Our Kaviari Bel­u­ga Caviar, ele­gant­ly creamy and smooth with a light but­tery fin­ish, would go per­fect­ly in such a dish. Del­i­cate, thin cuts of bare­ly cooked Wagyu — just a hint of char along the edges — on a bed of chilled, spiced turnip greens will bring the smokey min­er­al­i­ty of this wine to the fore­front. A dark, dark choco­late dessert, be it a cake or choco­late-cov­ered fruit, with this rosé would be unforgettable.


The char­ac­ter of the sea­sons in every year are vital con­sid­er­a­tions in wine­mak­ing. None more so than in the par­tic­u­lar vine­yards that pro­duce Dom Pérignon Cham­pagne. The year 2005 was hot and dry in the ear­ly sum­mer, but tem­pered by rains and cool weath­er toward the har­vest sea­son. The selec­tion was of lim­it­ed vol­ume that year, but one of incred­i­ble qual­i­ty and aro­mat­ic maturity.

Storage Instructions

Fine sparkling wine must be han­dled with care. For short-term stor­age (a few days to a month), you can keep your bot­tle upright — but away from bright or arti­fi­cial light. For long-term stor­age, espe­cial­ly for vin­tage cuvées, you must store the bot­tles on their side in a wine rack or cel­lar to keep the cork from dry­ing out. The ide­al tem­per­a­ture for stor­age is between 7 to 10°C. Once opened, a bot­tle will be good for 1 to 3 days stand­ing upright in the refrigerator.

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