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A rare gift for those with distinguished taste. This graceful selection displays the perfect combination of elegance and flair found only in the most marvelous Champagnes. An intensely flavored Champa
A Champagne Blend wine from Champagne in France. 1998 Moet Chandon Dom Perignon Rose 750ml
Rich and a touch sweet, exuding citrus and honey flavors on an easygoing frame. Medium-bodied, with moderate intensity, it picks up a mushroom note on the finish. Drink now.
The 1998 Dom Perignon Rose is a striking, intensely perfumed wine redolent of sweet candied cherries and spices. This medium-bodied wine possesses gorgeous structure, and ideally another year or two of cellaring is warranted in order for the full range of aromas and flavors to emerge. The Dom Perignon Rose is 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir, with most of the Pinot coming from the south-facing vineyards of Ay. Anticipated maturity 2010-2020.
A stronger vintage than expected, the 1998 Dom Perignon exhibits aromas and flavors of lemon oil, orange rind, and brioche in a medium-bodied, zesty, rich, moderately intense style. It is far superior to either the 1993 or 1992. Readers should rememb... Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Champagne Blend wine from Champagne in France. 1998 Moet Chandon Dom Perignon 750ml
On the nose. The first perfumed floral notes quickly open up into orange peel and dried fruits, with the characteristics of a well-matured harvest and woody spices. On the palate. The envelope is ample and the structure remarkably balanced, precise and sophisticated. The warm, radiant complexity persists and vibrates, barely touched by the subtlest hint of bitterness
Dom Perignon makes an unparalleled Rosé Champagne and the 1998 vintage is no exception. The house style of Dom P leaves its clear mark on the wine, resulting in a fine balance between the clean, orchard fruit of Chardonnay and the earthy, almost woodsy quality of Pinot Noir. On the nose, notice floral notes mingling with a sensation of dried red berries such as stawberries and cherries. On the palate, Dom P's Rosé is quite delicate in style, earthy, red fruits giving way to chalky minerality on the finish. A complex and lingering Rosé Champagne that deserves the praise it consistently garners.
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