Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2002

Cuvee: Prestige Cuvée, Rosé
Vintage: 2002
The year 2002 was marked by a warm, dry spring, leading to almost perfect floweringwhile during the summer, long sunny stretches were regularly interspersed with overcast and rainy spells, with one final sunny interlude before the harvest. The vines were in good health, and the concentration of the grape berries led to new heights of ripeness, so that the 2002 is probably the most overly vinous, intense Rose ever made by long-time.

Tasting Notes
Eye: Clear, salmon pink colour and tight bubbles

Nose: The wine’s bouquet is lilting and luminous, with a wide spectrum dominated by an orange-red glow. This complexity becomes deeper and more sombre in the finish, with hints of smoke and black cherry. Clean, med- intensity, toast, yeast, hazelnuts, wet grass, and salmonberries on the nose

Palate: The wine has an assertive presence and is remarkably tactile, with creamy fleshiness and caressing intensity. The feeling of fullness stretches out and sustains the sappy, vibrant, crystalline note. Full-bodied with magnificent aromatic persistence and a dry-medium body